What is the domain of sin(x)? The range is the values of 'y' that the graph lies between.So the domain would be 0 less than or equal to positive infinity? and the range would be the same?
Right, sin^{2}x has the same domain as sin(x)the domain of sin (x) is -∞ < x < ∞
yesWouldn't its maximum value be 1
remember, sin^{2}x = (sinx)^{2} so it is a perfect square, meaning sin^{2}x ≥ 0 . So what's the minimum value going to be?and the minimum value be -1?
noSo...would it be 1 as well?
yes it would be zero.I have no clue, honestly. I am graphing it on my calculator. Would it be zero? I do not think the minimum value is a negative number.
That should be correct. You could write [itex] x \epsilon \Re[/itex] as well I believe.Okay so the domain would be -∞ < x < ∞ and the range is 0 ≤ y ≤ 1 ?