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Size:  320.0 KB for this question , I don't get how the range is worked out as the domain states x is bigger than 2 but all the x values are less than 2 .

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    (Original post by coconut64)
    for this question , I don't get how the range is worked out as the domain states x is bigger than 2 but all the x values are less than 2 .

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    The domain should indeed be x<2
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    The domain should indeed be x<2
    How do I work out the range then cuz all x values are less than 2. Thanks
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    How do I work out the range then cuz all x values are less than 2. Thanks
    Well x=2 is an asympte so the range will be all the real values, the same as ln(x).
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    Well x=2 is an asympte so the range will be all the real values, the same as ln(x).
    But there isn't a graph for x>2 for this graph , how can there can a range ? For lnx the graph is positive...
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    But there isn't a graph for x>2 for this graph , how can there can a range ? For lnx the graph is positive...
    The range is the values that the function takes up concerning the y values... doesn't matter whether the graph isn't there for x>2 - this would be concerning the domain...
 
 
 
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