Create a square root function with: (a) domain of and a range of . Would this be right? And how would you create a square root function that has a domain of all real numbers?
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Hello, Originally Posted by chrozer Create a square root function with: (a) domain of and a range of . Would this be right? It would be better if it was And how would you create a square root function that has a domain of all real numbers?
Originally Posted by Moo Hello, It would be better if it was Duh....that was a stupid mistake. And thanks for the second part. Two more things...how would you determine the domain and range of in terms of , , and . And would be the inverse of ?
Originally Posted by chrozer Duh....that was a stupid mistake. And thanks for the second part. Two more things...how would you determine the domain and range of in terms of , , and . And would be the inverse of ? For to be and for the second one since Now just solve for
Last edited by Mathstud28; May 17th 2008 at 12:33 PM.
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 For to be and for the second one since Now just solve for Ahh I see. I got the second one right, how would you determine the range of the 1st question? And also can the domain equal zero?
Originally Posted by chrozer Ahh I see. I got the second one right, how would you determine the range of the 1st question? And also can the domain equal zero? For the range : You know that goes from 0 to So goes from 0+c=c to
Originally Posted by Moo For the range : You know that goes from 0 to So goes from 0+c=c to So all together the domain would be and the range would be . Right?
Originally Posted by chrozer So all together the domain would be and the range would be . Right? Correct for the domain. For the range, it's like
Originally Posted by Moo Correct for the domain. For the range, it's like Oh I see. Thnx alot.
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