y = e^3x Attached is the graph, not sure what domain and range is? Thanks in advance
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Is your function $\displaystyle \displaystyle e^{3x}$ or $\displaystyle \displaystyle e^3x$? Because it looks like you've graphed the second...
The image that you posted is of the graph $\displaystyle e^3x$ which is a line. I suspect you want the graph of $\displaystyle e^{3x}$. Is that correct?
Yeah! Let me fix the graph..
Thanks for helping guys. Actually I did do the graph wrong, as it is y= e^(3x) So domain: x equals R range: y > -1
For the range $\displaystyle y\geq 0$ y can never be negative right?
Originally Posted by advancedfunctions2010 Thanks for helping guys. Actually I did do the graph wrong, as it is y= e^(3x) So domain: x equals R range: y > -1 I agree with your domain; also it's not 'x equals R', it's $\displaystyle x \epsilon \mathbb{R}$, meaning x belongs to the set of all real numbers. However, is the domain really y>-1? At what point on the graph e^(3x) is y even negative?
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