aem9296
  • aem9296
What is the domain of (see more)
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schrodinger
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aem9296
  • aem9296
f(x)=\[\sqrt{x-4}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
its shifted right 4 so ?
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Whenever you're dealing with any even root, the thing to think about is that the expression under the radical sign must be nonnegative. So you need to make sure that: \(x-4\ge0\) Just solve that inequality, and that gives you your domain.

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DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Right, as @macknojia suggests, if you are familiar with the graph of \(y=\sqrt{x}\), and with transformations, then you can just view this as a rightward shift of that graph so you can get the domain that way. The algebraic method I suggested will work for functions where the graph might not be quite so obvious,though.
aem9296
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ohhh thanks so much!

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