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What is the range of the following parabola? sorry bout that :l
What is your guess/attempt ?
All real numbers
Hmm,, nopes! What do you understand by range ?
Domain will be all real numbers, and not range.
@shubhamsrg i dont know how to find the range :(
What is range if you can tell me that ?
im not sure we didnt cover it
Range is the set of all those real values which function can take for real values of x.
So in your graph, what is the minimum value (height) the function takes(has) ?
-3?
Yep. And the maximum value ?
none?
Not none, maximum value is infinity.
So, your function can have it heights ranging from -3 to infinity, correct ?
so would it be y>-3?
Almost there y can also take value -3 so range will be y>= -3
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