Learn how to find the domain and range of a function.
Recognize functions by understanding the terms relation, range and domain.
Eric works between 5 and 15 hours per week, and makes $10 an hour. Find the domain and range of Eric’s hours worked vs. money made in one week.
You can easily find domain and range by looking at the graph of the function. The scenario can be expressed with the function @$f(x) = 10x@$, where @$x@$ is between 5 and 15. You can graph this on the axis below by evaluating @$x@$ at 5 and @$x@$ at 15 and moving the red endpoints of the line to these points. You can find the domain and range by finding the lowest and highest values of @$x@$ and @$f(x)@$ .
Demonstrates how to solve example problems about domain and range.
Learn about the domain and range of functions as well as identifying independent and dependent variables. The vertical line test and definition of a function is also explained.
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