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# Domain and Range

## Inputs (x values) and outputs (y values) of a function and interval notation.

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## Domain and Range

Identify the domain and range of a function.
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## Finding the Domain and Range of Functions

This lesson covers finding the domain and range of functions and sets of points.
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## Domain and Range

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## Domain and Range: Restricted Circle Radius and Area

Domain and Range Interactive
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## Domain and Range of a Function

Domain and Range Interactive
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## Determining Domain and Range

Learn how to find the domain and range of a graphed function.
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## Ex 2: Determine the Domain and Range of the Graph of a Function

Shows how to determine the domain and function of a graph.
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