Find the range of the following set {-2,-1,0,3} for the function y = 2+ (x/4)
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Originally Posted by magentarita Find the range of the following set {-2,-1,0,3} for the function y = 2+ (x/4) Substitute each element of your domain set into the function to find the corresponding element of the range. First one: $\displaystyle y=2+\frac{{\color{blue}-2}}{4}=\frac{3}{2}$ ...and so on.
Originally Posted by masters Substitute each element of your domain set into the function to find the corresponding element of the range. First one: $\displaystyle y=2+\frac{{\color{blue}-2}}{4}=\frac{3}{2}$ ...and so on. The range is the y values, right?
Originally Posted by magentarita The range is the y values, right? That is correct.
Originally Posted by masters That is correct. I got it now.
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