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Domain & Range

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When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy…

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE : What is the range of the given function ?

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE : What is the range of the given function ?

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE : What is the range of the given function ?

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE #2 : What is the domain of the given function ?

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE #2 : What is the domain of the given function ?

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Domain & Range When the coordinates are listed; determining the Domain ( D ) and Range ( R ) of a function is quite easy… EXAMPLE #2 : What is the domain of the given function ?

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Linear graphs have no holes in them and continue in either direction infinitely…

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A quadratic function is similar to a linear function…no holes or breaks in the graph

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Domain & Range A quadratic function is similar to a linear function…no holes or breaks in the graph So the domain contains all real numbers…

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Absolute Value : Acts like a quadratic…

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Domain & Range Absolute Value : Acts like a quadratic… Domain is all real numbers…

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Domain & Range Absolute Value : Acts like a quadratic… Domain is all real numbers… Range : Find the vertex and see which way the graph is pointing…

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What if only the function is given and not the graph ? How do you determine the domain and range ?

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Domain & Range What if only the function is given and not the graph ? How do you determine the domain and range ? For all linear and cubic functions, both domain and range are all real numbers.

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Domain & Range What if only the function is given and not the graph ? How do you determine the domain and range ? For all linear and cubic functions, both domain and range are all real numbers. Quadratic and absolute value are the same…

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