I realllllly don't understand how you work out the range of a function, i would reallly appreciate it if anyone could explain it for me simply please!
eg. state the range of g(x) = 2x^2 - 3
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C3 Range?!? watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-09-2010 20:41
- 30-09-2010 20:49
okay, the range is the possible values of y for those in the domain (which tells you the values of x). The best way is to find the values of the minimum/maximum. Then the range is all the values of above/below/between the points depending what's what.
Hope that helps
- 30-09-2010 21:05
OK, do you know what:
The shape of the graph is?
The lowest/highest possible value of g(x) is?
- 02-10-2010 19:27
The graph is a positive x^2 curve, and thats all I'm saying. You should be able to sketch graphs and find lowest points by C3