According to the graph of f(x) which of the statement below are true? check all that apply

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According to the graph of f(x) which of the statement below are true? check all that apply

[tex]According to the graph of f(x) which of the statement below are true? check all that apply[/tex]

The domain of the function is the value of the independent variable, or simply the x-values. The range is the value of the dependent variable, or the y-values. You can determine its domain and range if the curve of the function passes through their coordinates. Hence,

A. True. If you extend the curve downwards, its opening widens and would then encompass all x-values

B. True.

C. False. This is contradictory to A.

D. True. This is same with B.

E. False. This is contradictory to B.

F. False, the origin is at (0,2). It does not extend upward.

The answers are A, B and D.

From the graph:

Domain : ( - ∞ , - 1 ) ∪ ( - 1 , +∞ )

Range : ( - ∞ , - 1 ) ∪ ( 1, +∞ )

D ) The number 254 is in the range of F ( x ).

E ) The number 0 is in the domain of F ( x )

F ) The number 254 is in the domain of F ( x ).

The answer to this question will be At

B, E and F

Step-by-step explanation:

This graph is a log which has an asymptote. This means the function does not cross it and does not have in its domain certain numbers. The asymptote is at -2. This means the domain is greater than -2.

The range is the y-values. With no restrictions here, the function includes all numbers.

This means B, E, and F are true.

Answers A, D, E are the answers, I think

A, B, D

On the Y axis, the graphs extends from -2 to 2, therefore the range is -2<y<2Since 1.28 is between -2 and 2, B is trueAll numbers are in the domain of this graph since it extends infinitely on the x axis