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    pratice-linear function

    what is the domain of the linear parent function y=x?
    a. All negative intergers
    b. All real niumbers
    c. All real numbers greater than 0
    d. Not Here
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmar1 View Post
    what is the domain of the linear parent function y=x?
    a. All negative intergers
    b. All real niumbers
    c. All real numbers greater than 0
    d. Not Here
    the domain of any real polynomial is all real numbers
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    this is my first to ever and I do mean ever to try communicating on the internet... so my thanks go out for your help. I am trying to go back into math so I may help my nephew to not dislike math.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmar1 View Post
    this is my first to ever and I do mean ever to try communicating on the internet... so my thanks go out for your help. I am trying to go back into math so I may help my nephew to not dislike math.
    that's good

    you may want to look up what polynomials and domains are (as well as range and codomains). try wikipedia or google
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