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https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/10/range-of-function-exercise/So, find here the solutions;Thank you…

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# Range (Solutions of Exercise)

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Hope you have solved questions very nicely.

But some of you asked me about solutions of exercise

https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/10/range-of-function-exercise/So, find here the solutions;Thank you…

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Stay safe…

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Thanks mam.

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Thank you Ma’am

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Thank you mam

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Mam in the solution of question no. 3rd , could this below be possible domain : (- infinity , -2) U [2 , infinity).

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(-infinity, -2] union [2, infinity], very good Harsh…

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Thank you Mam.

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Mam Hame sab Me Starting me ye Let krna padega Ki sabka domain R me belong krta h ?

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No…you have to find out first domain…see my previous post how to determine domain

Now when domain is known then find y values as range…

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Ma’am in question 3rd while finding the domain :

(x-2)(x+2)>= 0

x-2>=0 x+2>=0

x>=2 x>=-2

Ma’am this implies that domain should be : [-2,infinity)

If anything is wrong in this procedure please explain🙏

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Ma’am in question 3rd while finding the domain :

(x-2)(x+2)>= 0

x-2>=0 x+2>=0

x>=2 x>=-2

Ma’am this implies that domain should be : [-2,infinity)

If anything is wrong in this procedure please explain

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Wrong approach…think again

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In question 8 , can the range be also written as :

(-infinity,0) U (0,infinity)

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Yes…

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