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26 June, 15:37

3x²-4x+7 how do I find the domain?

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  1. 26 June, 17:06
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    The domain of this equation is the lowest x value to the highest x value. For example: lowest is - 4 and highest is 3. You would write it as [-4,3]

    For this equation, the domain is (-infinity, infinity) because there is no lowest or highest x value.
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