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    The graph below shows three functions:

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    Which function has all real numbers as its domain?

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    Domain is the interval range of the x coordinates for which y is value at any given point in x.

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    y has value*

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    Who you calling stupid? lol

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    would it be f(x)

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    haha lol

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    All real number means all of the x has a y value ever.

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    on every x coordinates.

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    If a curve does not end by approaching infinity or negative infinity, you can assume it has x value everywhere

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    haaaaaah so its the greeen oneeeee

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    Yes! It shows -6 to about approaching 2, but it never end yet. It can across all x values. For the other 2 lines, they end at certain x values.

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    now i understand it.. darn it .. im never doing honors again! thanks alooooot <3

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    Lol, it is not that bad, if you ask for help.

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