Which of the following could be an example of a function with a range (-infinity, a] and a domain [b, infinity) where a>0 and b>0?

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Which of the following could be an example of a function with a range (-infinity, a] and a domain [b, infinity) where a>0 and b>0?

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the constant under the radical gives horizontal shift, so it's associated with the domain. The constant added/subtracted gives vertical shift so it goes with the range. → b has to be under the radical and a outside.
is it c?

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That's got a domain of all real numbers
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well if a function isn't a fraction there is no restriction at all.
I think the restriction comes from the domain of the square root.
But there shouldn't be a description on a cube root
*restriction
I think it's got to be the square root one. You could always pick numbers for a and b and graph the functions to see what matches
so a? :/
yeah i'd go with a
okay thank you :)
you're welcome

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