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  • one year ago

What are the domain and range for the cube root function graphed below? Justify your answer in complete sentences.

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  1. some.random.cool.kid
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    @Hero

  2. some.random.cool.kid
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  3. stefrheart
    • one year ago
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    Do you have someone else already answering?

  4. some.random.cool.kid
    • one year ago
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    No I currently do not

  5. stefrheart
    • one year ago
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    Is it okay for me to help? I saw that you commented someone's name

  6. some.random.cool.kid
    • one year ago
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    yes hero is a mod here and really brilliant but he doesn't respond to much people So if you think you got this I wont stop you lol

  7. stefrheart
    • one year ago
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    Ah I understand :) Do you understand the domain and range?

  8. some.random.cool.kid
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    I know exactly what it is my trouble is finding it on the complex quad graphs so explaining that to me would do me alot of beneficial favors.

  9. stefrheart
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    Well based on this graph there seems to be no restrictions that is stopping the graph in both the x and y axis.

  10. some.random.cool.kid
    • one year ago
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    indeed its just asking me to figure the domain and range for it whats bad is that they threw a wild graph at me and I am not sure what any of the points can be... my main struggle is figuring out where it meets I guess ...

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    you can take the cubed root of anything

  12. some.random.cool.kid
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    ?

  13. anonymous
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    so domain is all real numbers

  14. stefrheart
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    You dont need any points for this graph for finding the domain and range

  15. stefrheart
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    \[(-\infty,\infty)\]

  16. some.random.cool.kid
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    yes ik that but I cant put that for the graph

  17. some.random.cool.kid
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    Im not sure that what its telling me to put when it says find the domain?

  18. some.random.cool.kid
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    thats way to easy ..

  19. stefrheart
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    I know it seems easy but that is the answer... all cube root functions without restrictions have a domain and range of all real numbers. There is nothing else to put besides all real numbers

  20. some.random.cool.kid
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    WOW really thanks! :~> so what about the range?

  21. some.random.cool.kid
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    same i assume?

  22. stefrheart
    • one year ago
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    Hahahaha welcome! You are correct, the range is the same! :)

  23. some.random.cool.kid
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    just put the variables for it?

  24. some.random.cool.kid
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    ok

  25. stefrheart
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    Variables?

  26. some.random.cool.kid
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    i mean the -x -y?

  27. stefrheart
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    If you are doing the interval notation is \[(-\infty,\infty)\] and if not then it is xER

  28. stefrheart
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    or yER for range

  29. some.random.cool.kid
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    k thanks bye !D

  30. stefrheart
    • one year ago
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    Welcome! Glad to be of help!! :D

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