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  • one year ago

The graph below shows three functions: Only f(x) Both g(x) and p(x) Both f(x) and g(x) Only p(x)

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    So we have three functions graphed. and we have some options. What is the question?

  8. anonymous
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    Which function has all real numbers as its domain?

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    |dw:1441509316845:dw|Domain corresponds to your input values, your x's.

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    Which function spans aaaaaall the way to the left and right?

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    I'll tell you that it's not g(x). Notice that g(x) goes from an x-value of around -2 up to as large as around 1 and a half

  13. anonymous
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    F(X) ?

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    OR P(X) @zepdrix

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    Well notice that it can't be g(x) because g(x) has points where it `ends`. We need a function that keeps on going in both directions. So which one does that? F or P?

  16. anonymous
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    P(X) i think that's the one

  17. zepdrix
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    Hmm P(x) has end points as well, that's no bueno. It doesn't extend in both directions forever and ever.

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    Ok so we elimanate anyone that has G(X) AND its not P(X) so F(X) @zepdrix

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    yay good job :O

  20. anonymous
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    thanks

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