Illustration showing f, a function from pink domain X to blue and yellow codomain
Y. The smaller yellow oval inside Y is the image of f. Either the image or the ...
Discusses the domain and range of a function, and how to find the domain and
range from a list of points or from a graph.
All the values that go into a function. The output values are called the range.
Domain → Function → Range Example: when the function f(x) = x<sup>2</sup> is given the ...
OK, so suppose we don't have the graph of a function to look at like in the last
section... Can we still find the domain and range?
Figuring out the domain of a function. ... Welcome to my presentation on domain
of a function. .... CAN SOMEONE PLZ EXPLAIN HOW 1/O IS UNDEFINED?
Sep 26, 2015 ... Simple explanation for domain and range. We learn the domain of a function is
the set of possible x-values and the range is the resulting set of ...
The term domain is most commonly used to describe the set of values D for which
... 6) define a probability domain to be the range of the distribution function of a ...
Aug 5, 2013 ... MIT grad shows a surefire way to find the domain of any function. To skip ahead:
1) For POLYNOMIAL only, skip to time 0:45. 2) For FRACTION ...
Learn the definition of the domain. The domain is defined as the set of input
values for which the function produces an output value. In other words, the
domain is ...
Domain and Range of a Function, a selection of answers from the Dr. Math
archives. Domain and Range: Can you please explain about domain and range?