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    In this case, x represents the number of charms. You cannot have a negative number of charms or a fractional/decimal number. Something like 2.2 charms makes no sense. The proper domain would be the set of positive whole numbers or the set of positive integers. The domain is the set of allowed inputs of a function. Anything not in the domain is not plugged into the function.

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    yes

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    glad to be of help

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