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Describing Domain and Range

Describing Domain and Range 1.4 - Solution

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To find the -coordinate of a point, we move vertically until we hit the -axis. Similarly, to find the -coordinate, we move horizontally until we hit the -axis.

Now let's list the ordered pairs that we found. The domain of a function is found by listing the relation's -values. The range is found by listing the relation's -values.