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Graphing Radical Functions

Graphing Radical Functions 1.6 - Solution

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Here we have a radical function with an odd index. This means the function is defined for all values of Thus, the domain is all real numbers. Now, to find the range we'll graph the function.

As we can see, the graph comes from negative -values and then increases as you reach greater -values. This means it must be defined for all values of