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## Domain and Range - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=1, Mode=ordpair

Find the domain and range. Give answers in ascending order. Example: {-2, 1, 5} but not {1, -2, 5}.

 1 { (0, 15), (4, 6), (4, 7), (3, 3) } Domain: Range: 2 { (3, 6), (10, -5), (5, -2), (7, 1) } Domain: Range:

### Complexity=1, Mode=graph

Find the domain and range.
Use curly braces like {-2, 1, 5} for specific numbers, and parentheses like (-∞, ∞) for spans whose ends are exclusive.
Type "inf" for ∞, like (-inf, inf) for (-∞, ∞).

 1 Domain: Range: 2 Domain: Range:

### Complexity=1, Mode=exp

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.
Type "inf" for ∞, like (-inf, inf) for (-∞, ∞). For the union symbol, use capital "U" or lowercase "u".

 1 f(x) = √5x - 15 Domain: Range: 2 f(x) = √2x - 18 Domain: Range:

## Answers

### Complexity=1, Mode=ordpair

Find the domain and range. Give answers in ascending order. Example: {-2, 1, 5} but not {1, -2, 5}.

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1{ (0, 15), (4, 6), (4, 7), (3, 3) } Domain: Range:
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2{ (3, 6), (10, -5), (5, -2), (7, 1) } Domain: Range:

### Complexity=1, Mode=graph

Find the domain and range.
Use curly braces like {-2, 1, 5} for specific numbers, and parentheses like (-∞, ∞) for spans whose ends are exclusive.
Type "inf" for ∞, like (-inf, inf) for (-∞, ∞).

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1

Domain: Range:
#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2

Domain: Range:

### Complexity=1, Mode=exp

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.
Type "inf" for ∞, like (-inf, inf) for (-∞, ∞). For the union symbol, use capital "U" or lowercase "u".

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
1f(x) = √5x - 15 Domain: Range:
Solution
Domain is all possible x's. For square roots, the expression under the radical must be greater or equal to zero.
Set the expression greater or equal to 0 and solve:
 5x - 15 ≥ 0 5x ≥ 15 x ≥ 3
The domain contains all values of x where x ≥ 3.

Range is all possible y's. Square roots are greater or equal to zero.
So the range contains all values of f(x) where f(x) ≥ 0.

#ProblemCorrect AnswerYour Answer
2f(x) = √2x - 18 Domain: Range:
Solution
Domain is all possible x's. For square roots, the expression under the radical must be greater or equal to zero.
Set the expression greater or equal to 0 and solve:
 2x - 18 ≥ 0 2x ≥ 18 x ≥ 9
The domain contains all values of x where x ≥ 9.

Range is all possible y's. Square roots are greater or equal to zero.
So the range contains all values of f(x) where f(x) ≥ 0.

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