Find the range of the function

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Homework Statement



The function f is defined by

f(x) = sqrt(7-3x) , x<=1

= 3x^2-4x+3 , x>1

(1) Find the range of f

(2) if g(x)=sqrt(7-3x) , h(x)=3x^2-4x+3 in the case where f is continuous , find the composite function hg and state its domain and range.

(3) Determine the largest set for the domain and the corresponding range such that hg is one to one.

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The Attempt at a Solution



(1) Range=[2,infinity)

(2) hg(x)=24-9x-4sqrt(7-3x)

domain=(- inifinity , 7/3)

range = [3 , infinity)

(3) some hints on this.
 

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You didn't get the correct range in part (2).

Try plotting hg(x). It'll help you see the answers for parts (2) and (3).
 
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You didn't get the correct range in part (2).

Try plotting hg(x). It'll help you see the answers for parts (2) and (3).

ok

got it!Thanks again Vela!
 
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