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The domain of the function f(x) = 2x + 1 is x > 1, Is this True?
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shining
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no
chocodropa7
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Thank You
mathmate
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The domain of all polynomials is R, or (-inf,inf).
shining
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dont you want to know answer?
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A already know it, just wanted to double check
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good job
mathmate
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@ chocodropa7
Hint: if you already know the answer, you would get a quicker response if you post it as an "answer check".
chocodropa7
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How do you do that? I'm new
mathmate
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In your question, you post something like: Please check my answer, then you post the question and your answer.
Others would know that you have worked on it, and therefore won't be actually doing the homework for you, and most would be glad to check it for you right away.
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Ok, Thank You
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yw.