the domain will be where as this is where the function is defined
Can you think of any values for x that this function won't accept?
Do you know where has asymptotes?
The answer is in front of you
Now substitute these into
Hi this is my first day of taking Calculus and I haven't taken any math classes since Pre-Calculus which was 2 years ago. I would like some help on solving these problems so any help would be very appreciated. Thanks in advanced!
I know you can solve them using graphing calculators but I need help on how to find the Domain and Range of these problems without using a Calculator...
1) y = ln(Xsquared - X - 6)
2) y = sin(3X - pie)
3) y = tan(2X)
Find the difference in quotient, (f(X + H) - f(X)) / H, for f(X) = Xsquared - 2X and g(X) = (2X)/(X-1)
I forgot how to do these kind of problems and they confuse me so much so any help would be appreciated...
the domain will be where as this is where the function is defined
Can you think of any values for x that this function won't accept?
Do you know where has asymptotes?
The answer is in front of you
Now substitute these into