The graph shows the production of cars per day at a factory during a certain period of time. What is the domain of this function during this period? Graph of days versus cars. Points are plotted at the following coordinates: 0 comma 0, 1 comma 50, 2 comma 100, 3 comma 150, 4 comma 200, 5 comma 250, 6 comma 300, 7 comma 350, 8 comma 400, 9 comma 450. The domain is all real numbers 0 through 9. The domain is all integers 0 through 9. The domain is all positive real numbers. The domain is all positive integers.

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The graph shows the production of cars per day at a factory during a certain period of time. What is the domain of this function during this period? Graph of days versus cars. Points are plotted at the following coordinates: 0 comma 0, 1 comma 50, 2 comma 100, 3 comma 150, 4 comma 200, 5 comma 250, 6 comma 300, 7 comma 350, 8 comma 400, 9 comma 450. The domain is all real numbers 0 through 9. The domain is all integers 0 through 9. The domain is all positive real numbers. The domain is all positive integers.

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Look at the points on the graph. What is the x coordinate of each point?
1,2,3,4,5,6...etc? I really don't know, I missed this lesson :/

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0 as well
I was correct?
so the domain is the set of all of those x values put together {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} it is the set of allowed inputs
So
I think it's A or B.
saying something like ` The domain is all positive integers.` is false because x = 12 for instance is NOT part of the domain. It stops at x = 9
What is the difference between `real numbers` and `integers` ?
Integers are numbers that are both positive and negative
is something like 12.5 an integer ?
Yes?
no, 12.5 isn't a whole number it has the fractional/decimal part 0.5
12 is but 12.5 is not
integers are whole numbers real numbers are any decimal number, fractional number, etc you can think of
Negative and Positive?
integers can be either positive or negative, yes but they are also whole numbers too
I think it's A.
is there a point with say x = 7.2 ? 7.2 is a real number between 0 and 9
No. At least I don't think so due to 7.2 is not a Whole Number.
the points given in the graph only have x coordinates that are whole numbers, ie integers
the domain is actually the set of 0 through 9 where every number in this set is a whole number or integer
x = 3 is allowed but x = 3.7562 is not allowed. There are gaps between the different numbers

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