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Please help! :) Which is the range of the function graphed below?

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    looking

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    easy thats c

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    Which could be the measures of the three angles of an acute triangle? A. 40°, 90°, 50° B. 70°, 80°, 30° C. 25°, 25°, 130° D. 45°, 45°, 90°

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    "86camaro: easy thats c" And that's why you should never listen to someone who just gives you the answers without explaining it.

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    so it makes it easy for the other people dumb ***

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    @sarah_hendrix7 Range involves the y-axis (and domain involves the x-axis). Basically, when asking for range, it is asking "what are all the possible answers for y?"

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    So, when trying to determine range, you need to find out what point on the y-axis there ceases to be a solution to the function.

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    yeah sure how come u made easy by giving a wrong answer @86camaro

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    thats right as* hole

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    seems like someone is so eager to get ban.. suit your self

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