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stupidinmath

  • one year ago

what's the difference of domain of a quadratic function & range of a quadratic function?

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  1. LogicalApple
    • one year ago
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    The domain of any function are all values of 'x' it is allowed to take on. Likewise, the range of any function are the resulting 'y' values.

  2. LogicalApple
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    |dw:1356772925912:dw| Here the domain is any value x can be. Which in this case is every real number. The range, however, is restricted. Notice that y can only be positive.

  3. stupidinmath
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    Thank you :D

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