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What is the domain and range of the Sine graph?
I think it's all real numbers, but I am not sure.
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 one year ago
What is the domain and range of the Sine graph? I think it's all real numbers, but I am not sure.
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briszaboBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
well domain are range are like in grouped pairs like heres an example. (7,8) the domain will be 7 and the range will be 8 the first number is always domain and the second is always range
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HunusBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
The domain is all real numbers because the sine graph continues infinitely as you move right or left. The range is the range of y values of a given function and sine's maximum y value is 1 and its minimum is 1.
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HunusBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
So the domain of the function is (infinity, infinity) and the range of the function is [1,1]
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