Lapshaman
  • Lapshaman
How do I find the range of f(x)=|x| without graphing?
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Hero
  • Hero
Just think about how absolute value works. If you jnput any number into an absolute value function, what Kind of output will you expect to get?
Lapshaman
  • Lapshaman
A positive one, so it is y>0?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh, so close @Lapshaman. You have to include zero. It's a part of that range.

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Lapshaman
  • Lapshaman
ok, thanks!
Lapshaman
  • Lapshaman
how is that different from the domain?
Hero
  • Hero
Ask yourself, ''What restrictions (if any) exist for the domain?" .

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