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can you fan me so we can talk over email please
I just need help on this.
ok the first one is A i think
now fan me
The domain of the function is all the x values allowed for the function
So looking at the x - axis what can we make of the first graph?
so its not restricted?
it looks like theres a positive 3?
These graphs are pretty bad haha
i know haha
oh is it (-3,4)
it looks like -3 and +3 on the graph
I can't tell
That graph is horrible
what do we do?
Go with your instinct haha
oh god i dont know i guess we'll move on to the 2nd one?
Ok for second one there are vertical asymptotes
So it has to be an inclusive one
As it can't be x = -1 and x = 3
hey @Michele_Laino do you understand the 1st question ?
oh okay i see
so then itd be D no ?
from the first graph, I see that the values of the variable \(x\), are grater than \(-3\) and we have no restrictions on the corresponding upper limit
Why D for second one?
because it cant be -1 and D is +1 ?
oh ok I definitly read it wrong!
i still dont get the 1st one
ok i thought it was the otherway
Your first question should be x>-3
here are all possible values for the variable \(x\) (first graph): |dw:1450217215143:dw|
For some reason I kept reading it all the values were restricted
Weird wording I guess
So D is wrong for thr 2nd one because you said it cant be -1 and the only one that is + is D?
second question: I see that the variable \(x\) can assume all values within the segment \(-1
that's right! It is option C