In that function f(x), x can be any real number. So the domain of f(x) is all real numbers. The range of f(x) is also all real numbers. Which leaves me wondering what the question is.
I don't understand how the answer is "x is greater than or equal to 0." I already solved it algebraically but don't see how the answer is x > 0. Please show me how to get that answer.
Note: The book is not wrong, the teacher said it was a trick question and the answer is x is greater than or equal to 0. But we must show work on how to get that.
Thank you.
I think the question is, what's the range of
The domain of a function is the range of its inverse, so we can take the inverse of .
The domain of that inverse is all real numbers... so that should be the range of the original. I'm not sure I see why the range should be > 0.
Sorry for not being so clear about the problem.
I was referring to what is the range of that problem. In the back of the book it says x is greater than or equal to 0. However I got the same answer as satis did and don't fully understand why the answer is x > 0.
Same goes for this problem I got on the test. I got it wrong because I put range is all real numbers (y^2 + 3 = x) when the answer is "All real numbers greater than or equal to 0".
Range is (3,∞). Oh I see how how the answer of range is x is greater than or equal to 0. If possible, how would you know that is the limit though. Would I need to graph it like you did, or could I have solved it mathematically solving for x in that equation f(x) = sqrt x-3.