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What is the domain of the linear function? justify your answer.

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  • Réponse publiée par: calmaaprilgrace

    3.the function of x

    i dont know the other

  • Réponse publiée par: villatura

    answer:

    B. {2,3,-4,-5}

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  • Réponse publiée par: snow01

    answer:

    Domain: The set of all possible input values (commonly the “x” variable), which produce a valid output from a particular function. It is the set of all values for which a function is mathematically defined. It is quite common for the domain to be the set of all real numbers since many mathematical functions can accept any input.

    For example, many simplistic algebraic functions have domains that may seem… obvious. For the function

    f

    (

    x

    )

    =

    2

    x

    +

    1

    , what’s the domain? What values can we put in for the input (x) of this function? Well, anything! The answer is all real numbers. Only when we get to certain types of algebraic expressions will we need to limit the domain.

    We can demonstrate the domain visually, as well. Consider a simple linear equation like the graph shown, below drawn from the function

    y

    =

    x

    2

    +

    10

    . What values are valid inputs? It’s not a trick question – every real number is a possible input! The function’s domain is all real numbers because there is nothing you can put in for x that won’t work. Visually we see that as a line that extends forever in the x directions (left and right).

    Domain

    For other linear functions (lines), the line might be very, very steep, but if you imagine “zooming out” far enough, eventually any x-value will show up on the graph. A straight, horizontal line, on the other hand, would be the clearest example of an unlimited domain of all real numbers.

  • Réponse publiée par: homersoncanceranguiu

    answer:

    The Domain and Range of a Linear Function are all REAL NUMBERS.

  • Réponse publiée par: kambalpandesal23

    It is the set of all values for which a function is mathematically defined. It is quite common for the domain to be the set of all real numbers since many mathematical functions can accept any input. ... Consider a simple linear equation like the graph shown, below drawn from the function y=x2+10 y = x 2 + 10

  • Réponse publiée par: christiandumanon

    no answer big man

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  • Réponse publiée par: rhaineandreirefuerzo

    Y=600-3x or f(x)=600-3x

    The domain is (-infinity,infinity)

    Y intercept is 600 and the slope is 3.

    A slope represents the rate of change in the vertical direction

    A y intercept is the coordinate in which a point where the line crosses the y axis.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The y in the equation represents the money left based on how many sweets(x) is made.

    The reason why the domain is a negative infinity and positive infinity is because the linear function itself is in a simple form not the fraction or radical.

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