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Asked Jan 23, 2019

Consider the following relation -4x^2-3x+y=2y Determine the implied domain of the function found in step one. express your answer in interval notation

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Step 1

Domain: The domain of a function is the set of input or argument value, for which the function is real and defined.

 

Step 2

We have

-4x2-3x+y = 2y

-4x2-3x = 2y-y

y = -4x2-3x

f(x) = y = -4x2-3x

Step 3

Now to evaluate the domain of f(x) = y = -4x2-3x

So for any real value...

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