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elainelee

  • one year ago

How to do domain and range?

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  1. Azureilai
    • one year ago
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    Domain is how far the graph(or equation) extends along the x-axis, the range is how far it extends up or down the y - axis. For example, the graph of y=x, has positive infinity, and negative infinity for both domain and range because it goes on forever in both directions.

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