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how can i find the range of a rational function
for ex. y=1/x+1
for ex. y=1/x+1
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The range for what? As I already said in post 4, it's not clear what you're working with.ok how would we find the range for that
[EDIT] Weird, it was all garbled on my screen when I responded, but now it looks fine, both in my quoted version and in the original post!the range for 1/(x+1) .the thing is that i am doing an assignment on rational functions that is ment to be completed without help from the teacher (it will be explained upon completion). i have already researched horizontal and vertical asymptote of rational functions, as well as the domain but i still cant find anything on how to express the range (not in interval notation). dont get me wrong i know what range is.
Yes, the range is expressed using y values.it would go on to infinity, but wouldnt the range be expressed using y values
OK, so you can make y as negative as you like by varying x over the interval [itex](-\infty, -1)[/itex]. How large can you make y if x is in the same interval?infinitely small
No problem. It's just another way of writingsorry i am still in math 20 and we didnt take interval notation yet
What value of x causes y = 0?zero