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 The domain and range of a function 2016-02-19 From Genius:State the domain and range g(x)=x(x-1)Answered by Penny Nom. The range of a function with a finite domain 2016-01-25 From Hannah:Solve y=(1⁄4)x-1 if the domain is (-4,-2,0,2,4). I don't get how to do this. Can anyone help?Answered by Penny Nom. The range of a function defined piecewise 2016-01-13 From sarah:f(x)={x-2, x<-2        {x^2-4, -2_2 find the rangeAnswered by Penny Nom. The range of f(x)=(2x+2)/(x-1) 2015-11-25 From Nazrul:f : R to R is a function which is defined by f(x)=(2x+2)/(x-1). Is f(x) an onto function? Please explain. What is the range of this function? Thank you very much for your previous help.Answered by Harley Weston. The Range of a Function. 1997-09-12 From Karel Marek:Math Is Book 6 (Ebos/Tuck) question 5(b) gives a surprising answer at the back of the book..The question is:Indicate the domain and range for this: y = sqr(x-9) (Square root of) The answer for the domain is x>=9 which is not surprisingly, but the range is y>=0, yER ... which I could understand if you were not allowed to transform the equation into x as the subject.. But all example on the facing page DO TRANSFORM the equation at will with x and/or y as the subject..Can you explain this... ??Answered by Chris Fisher.

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