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Function domain?

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I have |dw:1361129696765:dw| Would it be -4 infinity?
domain right?
it should be all real.

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domain is all real numbers, there's no value that X cannot be.
What do you mean?
however if it was f(x) = 1/x for example, x could not be zero and thus the domain would be (-infinity, 0) (0, infinity)
(-infinity, infinity)
if you substitute in any value for X in your function, it will still work. therefore all reals or (-infinity, infinity) would work for the domain.
Ah, okay got it thanks.!

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