Do all linear functions have a natural domain of all real numbers?
Do all linear functions have a range of all real numbers?
Explain, because I'm still a bit muddled on the topic and don't know how to write it all out!
Much thanks!
Do all linear functions have a natural domain of all real numbers?
Do all linear functions have a range of all real numbers?
Explain, because I'm still a bit muddled on the topic and don't know how to write it all out!
Much thanks!
The domain of a linear function in the form of y=mx+b have a domain of x=all real numbers, and a range of y=all real numbers, unless the slope (m) of the line equals zero. In that case it becomes y=b, where all values of x will have the same y value or range. The line of a constant. I hope this helps. ��