Whats the domain of the range: {(-4, -1), (-2, 1), (0, 1), (2, 3), (4,0)}

Whats the domain of the range:
{(-4, -1), (-2, 1), (0, 1), (2, 3), (4,0)}

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  1. C. 6 because you find the range by subtracting the lowest number from the highest number in a set of data and 4 is your highest number and -2 is the lowest number and your supposed to do 4 - -2 which equals 6

  2. Domain:  [tex]-3\leq x\leq 1[/tex]

    Range:  [tex]-4\leq y\leq 0[/tex]

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If you find the coordinate of the graph you can get the domain and range

    (-3,0), (-2,-4), (-1,-2), (0,0), (1, -4)

    Now that we have that find the domain and range

    Domain -  x coordinate

    Range - y coordinate

    Domain: (-3, -2, -1, 0, 1)

    Range: (-4, -2, 0)

    Since the domain ranges from -3 to 1 you can use the inequality [tex]-3\leq x\leq 1[/tex] to represent the domain and [tex]-4\leq y\leq 0[/tex] for the range

  3. 6 because 4-(-2) is the same as 4+2, and you find range by subtracting the smallest number (-2) from the largest number (4)

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    ➷ The range is the highest value minus the smallest value

    Therefore, you just need to subtract the two values to find the values:

    -2 - 4 = -6

    The difference is just 6, so your answer is C. 6

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  5. The domain is equal all real numbers
    [tex]D=\mathbb{R}[/tex]

    The degrees of the polynomial is odd (3x^7, 7 is odd), therefore the range is equal all real numbers

    [tex]R=\mathbb{R}[/tex]

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