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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]

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**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]

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**(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)

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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**Find the domain and range for the following function**

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