Is there way to know if a step function has no zeros just by its rule? Without graph
I just had a question about step functions.
Is there way to know if a step function has no zeros just by its rule? Without graphing it. Is there an equation/discriminant?
Re: Is there way to know if a step function has no zeros just by its rule? Without gr
Originally Posted by Functionater
I just had a question about step functions.
Is there way to know if a step function has no zeros just by its rule? Without graphing it. Is there an equation/discriminant?
This is an odd question. If it is possible to determine if zero in in the range from the rule, then yes.
For example, is a step function and it has no zeros.
Because .