anonymous
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@aditya96 help?? :)
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in the first one the part inside the root should be positive so we con write it as \[6x+42{\ge}0\] =\[6x {\ge}-42\] =\[x {\ge}-7\] is the domain
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aditya96 <33 & the second?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
in the second one domain can be found as in the first one but as we take values of x greater than or equal to zero 0 we substitute 0 in the equation to get -5 now if we take any value other than 0 then answer would be \[y {\ge}-5\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aditya96 so would it be A B C or D?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it would be a
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@aditya96 1 last one
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anonymous
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in the graph the first point is (3,1) now put this in all the equation see which satisfies it and the answer is c
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@aditya96 ily

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