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Finding the Domain and Range of a Function

1. = 5 + 1
Solution:
The first thing Ive observed is that there is no square root symbol or
denominator in this problem. This is wonderful because getting a square root of a
negative number or a division of zero is not possible with this function. Since there
are no x-values that can make the function to output invalid results, I can easily
claim that the domain is all x values. However, it is much better to write it in set
notation or interval notation.
D= { }

Because the function involved is a line, I can predict that the range is all y values. It
can definitely go as high or as low without any limits. Look at the graph below to
understand what I mean.
R= { }
2. = 7
3. =
4. = + 1
+4
5. = 2
3+4
6. = 1
7. =
3
8. = +6
9. = 2 4
+4
10. = 35