## What is the domain and range of Y x2?

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Clearly f(x) = x² is defined for all real x, therefore its domain D(f) is the complete set of real numbers R and as y = x² is always >/= 0 for every value of x, therefore range of the function is the set of all non- negative numbers that is ; [0, ∞) .

**What is the range of yx 2?**

(0, ∞)

Summary: The range of the function y = x2 is (0, ∞).

**What is the domain of y x 1 2?**

The graph of y=1×2 has domain x∈R , x≠0 and y>0 .

### What is the domain of Y X?

all real numbers

The graph of y = x is shown to the right. We can see that it is defined for all x-values because the line will continue to infinity. Thus, the domain of y = x is all real numbers.

**What’s the domain and range of y x 3?**

Both the domain and range are all real numbers, or R.

**What is the domain of 2?**

Algebra Examples The domain of the expression is all real numbers except where the expression is undefined. In this case, there is no real number that makes the expression undefined. y=2 is a straight line perpendicular to the y-axis at point (0,2) , which means that the range is a set of one value {2} .

#### What is the domain and range of 1 2?

In the set of ordered pairs {(1, -2), (0, 2), (-1, 6), (-2, 10)}, The Domain is the set of the first number in every pair (those are the x-coordinates): {1, 0, -1, -2}. The Range is the set of the second number of all the pairs (those are the y-coordinates): {-2, 2, 6, 10}.

**What is range of y x?**

The domain of the expression is all real numbers except where the expression is undefined. In this case, there is no real number that makes the expression undefined. The range is the set of all valid y values.

**What is the function of Y X?**

The phrase “y is a function of x” means that the value of y depends upon the value of x, so: y can be written in terms of x (e.g. y = 3x ). If f(x) = 3x, and y is a function of x (i.e. y = f(x) ), then the value of y when x is 4 is f(4), which is found by replacing x”s by 4″s .

## What is the domain of function y x 3?

Both the domain and range are all real numbers, or R .

**Is the domain the X or the Y axis?**

X axis is the domain….. All the values of ‘x’ are called domain or domain of function. So, x-axis is the axis of the domain of the function. Don’t confuse axis and domain. When we have a function, eg. f (x) = x, domain is how widely the function spreads on x-axis.

**Is X domain or range?**

The domain of a function f ( x) is the set of all values for which the function is defined, and the range of the function is the set of all values that f takes. (In grammar school, you probably called the domain the replacement set and the range the solution set. They may also have been called the input and output of the function.)

### What is the domain and range of Y=ln(x)?

domain:y=frac {x^2+x+1} {x} domain:f (x)=x^3. domain:f (x)=ln (x-5) domain:f (x)=frac {1} {x^2} domain:y=frac {x} {x^2-6x+8} domain:f (x)=sqrt {x+3} domain:f (x)=cos (2x+5) domain:f (x)=sin (3x) pre-calculus-function-domain-calculator.

**How do you find the domain of a function?**

Draw the graph