# Definition: Domain The domain of a function is the set of all x-values. Since the x-values run from left to right in the coordinate plane, we read the.

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Definition: Domain The domain of a function is the set of all x-values. Since the x-values run from left to right in the coordinate plane, we read the values from left to right. The domain of this function is [-6, 6]

Definition: Range The range of a function is the set of all y-values.
Since the y-values run up and down in the coordinate plane, we read from bottom to top The range of this function is [-4, 8]

(when to use parenthesis and when to use brackets)
Interval Notation (when to use parenthesis and when to use brackets) Closed Circles (brackets) [ smallest, largest ] Open Circles (parenthesis) ( smallest , largest) Open and Closed Circle Parenthesis and Bracket ( smallest, largest] Arrows (parenthesis)

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

Find the domain and range for the following function

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