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kymber

Domain and range of x=-1/2? I forget how to do this. ;_;

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  1. NotTim
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    is that just a point?

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  2. NotTim
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    ello

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  3. completeidiot
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    no its a line

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  4. NotTim
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    x=-1/2 did u mistype thatt

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  5. kymber
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    |dw:1358055319702:dw| This is the line

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  6. completeidiot
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    domain- x direction range- y direction i doubt there would be a domain range is quite easy to determine

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  7. kymber
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    Yeah, I know what the domain and range are, but I'm not sure what to write.

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  8. completeidiot
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    range can be written like this \[(-\infty,\infty)\]

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    you find domain and range of a 'function' x=-1/2 is an equation, not a function. is your function : f(x) =x+1/2 ??

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    or f(x) =-1/2 ??

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  11. kymber
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    No. Here is the exact problem.

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    x=-1/2 is not a function because you have 2 or more values of 'y', you have same value of 'x'

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  13. kymber
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    And @completeidiot, is there another way to write that? I don't remember that. All real numbers? And should I just put "n/a" for the domain?

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    all real numbers is a valid answer

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  15. kymber
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    Then what about the domain? :|

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  16. completeidiot
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    -1/2 ?

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    yes, domain = {-1/2} for sure.

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    Thank you!

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