Let N=f(H) give the number of days it takes a certain kind of insect to develop as a function of the temperature H (in C∘). At 35∘C—the maximum it can tolerate—the insect requires 10 full days to develop. An additional day is required for every 2∘C drop, and it cannot develop in temperatures below 5∘C. The domain is?The range is?

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Let N=f(H) give the number of days it takes a certain kind of insect to develop as a function of the temperature H (in C∘). At 35∘C—the maximum it can tolerate—the insect requires 10 full days to develop. An additional day is required for every 2∘C drop, and it cannot develop in temperatures below 5∘C. 

The domain is?

The range is?

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as we know that the domain of the functi on, is all the values of independent variable such that
for dependentvari able is defined
we have togiven the function N-f(H)
here His the independent variable while Nis the dependent variable
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as we know that the domain of the functi on, is all the values of independent variable such that for dependentvari able is defined we have togiven the function N-f(H) here His the independent variable while Nis the dependent variable

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