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# Quick question on C3 functions domain and range watch

1. If the answer to a domain and range question is:
Domain: xER, x=/=1
Range: xER, f(x)=/=0

And i put the answer as:
Domain: 1<x<1
Range: 0<f(x)<0

Am i right?
2. (Original post by Economistician)
If the answer to a domain and range question is:
Domain: xER, x=/=1
Range: xER, f(x)=/=0

And i put the answer as:
Domain: 1<x<1
Range: 0<f(x)<0

Am i right?
No, of course not. You basically just said the function doesn't exist anywhere.
3. (Original post by Zacken)
No, of course not. You basically just said the function doesn't exist anywhere.
Ok I see, I was being an idiot for a few minutes there.

4. (Original post by Zacken)
No, of course not. You basically just said the function doesn't exist anywhere.
Not sure why but I found this hilarious.
5. (Original post by XOR_)
Not sure why but I found this hilarious.

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