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Domain and Range of a Function

Domain and Range of a Function

Submitted by • September 17, 2012

Domain of a function can be defined as all possible values of ‘x’ coordinate. Range of a function is equals to possible values of ‘y’ coordinates. Suppose we have some values (13, -56), (-38, 47), (75, -99), (-65, 19).
Then Domain of function is ‘x’ coordinate values. So domain = 13, -38, 75, -65 and range is ‘y’ coordinate values, so range = -56, 47, -97, 19.

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