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- Oct 3rd 2012, 08:23 PMEraser147Assume that f is a function whose domain is...
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- Oct 3rd 2012, 08:26 PMEraser147Re: Assume that f is a function whose domain is...
Correct me if I am wrong. Do I just plug in the interval of f into the function's domain part to get [3,7] as the g's domain, and subtract 3 from [1,3] to get [-2,0] as the g's range?