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- anonymous

Help with finding domain and range on graph? Just need a little bit of help. Picture of graph included below.
what is the range of the following function?

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- ybarrap

The range is the possible values of the y-axis? What are the what is the highest that y can be, first of all?

- anonymous

the highest value on the y axis is 1 here

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- ybarrap

That defines one end of the range. What is the lowest value it can be? That defines the other end of the range.

- anonymous

ah. ok. the lowest value on the y axis would be -10.

- ybarrap

actually, the parabola goes on forever and ever, never ends, what does that mean would be the lowest value now?

- anonymous

that there is no lowest value? or it's just infinite?

- anonymous

i'm sorry!! Do not have prior knowledge of functions really

- ybarrap

That's right! The range of your function is all values less than 1. That's it!

- ybarrap

This is how you would state your answer:
Range: \(y\le1\)

- anonymous

ok! great! thank you. I also need to find the domain of this graph, would I go about this the same way? but for the x axis?

- ybarrap

That's right.

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thank you so much!!!

- ybarrap

you're welcome

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