Hi. I need help computing a range.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The question is : Find the domain and range of [tex]y=\frac{|x+2|}{x}[/tex].

The domain is obvious, x can't be 0, (-inf,0,) U (0,inf). But how do I find the range?? Can someone help me out? I have tried messing around with the definition of absolute value... if x>0 then |x| = x and if x<0 then |x| = -(x) but it just adds to the confusion, it probably doesn't help that I am running on like 4 cups of coffee. Anyways, thanks for the help

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# Computing the range for a rational function involving absolute value

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