Bose said:
I just cant frickin figure this problem out and i have a ton of em due thursday can someone help me just figure one out then explain how you got the answer then i should be able to figure the rest out. here's the problem:
If f(x) = 3x, find the domain and range of function f.
Someone Please help!!!!!!
THANKS IN ADVANCE
f(x)=3x
Divide both sides by x
f=3
Now the range is the greatest number subtracted by the smallest number in a set of intergers.
Example:Find the range of these intergers [2,3,6,9,12,14]
14-2=12
Answer:The range of the intergers is 12
Although I am confused since there is only one number to represent f. So, I guess(but someone correct me if im wrong) the range would be 0.
After searching online for domain, it seems to apply only to linear equations(i.e. coordinate plane y=mx+b problems).
In New York Algebra and Geometry are mixed up into two 1.5 year courses that you take in 9-11 grade(although I started Math A in 8th since im accelerated) called Math A and Math B. I just started Math B after taking the Math A Regents in January so you may be learning stuff im not.