Math Practice Topic: Domain and Range

Description: Determine the domain and range defined by
- ordered pairs
- graphs
- function expressions, f(x)

Adaptive Learning Progression: Ordered pairs, then graphs, then functions.

Sample Levels (out of 7)

Find the domain and range.
Use curly braces like {-2, 1, 5} for specific numbers, and parentheses like (-∞, ∞) for spans whose ends are exclusive.Use square brackets like [0, 5] for spans whose ends are inclusive.

1.
{ (8, 13), (5, 12), (3, 2), (6, -1) } Domain: Range:

Find the domain and range.
Use curly braces like {-2, 1, 5} for specific numbers, and parentheses like (-∞, ∞) for spans whose ends are exclusive.Use square brackets like [0, 5] for spans whose ends are inclusive.

1.


Domain: Range:
2.


Domain: Range:
3.


Domain: Range:
4.


Domain: Range:

Find the domain and range.
Use curly braces like {-2, 1, 5} for specific numbers, and parentheses like (-∞, ∞) for spans whose ends are exclusive.Use square brackets like [0, 5] for spans whose ends are inclusive.

1.
f(x) = 3
x+5
Domain:
2.
f(x) = √-x + 3 Domain: Range:
3.
f(x) = -3x2 + 1 Domain: Range:
4.
f(x) = √x - 5 Domain: Range:

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