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How would u know the range of these functions…..if u have a video on that please just give me the link

Finally I understand it, thank u

I finally understand, thank you!

Thank you this helped a lot

thank-you😀

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This is actually REALLY helpful. You did a better job than my teacher did in my opinion. Thank you!!! :>

What about polynomial with multiple terms and degrees

YES, finally I understand it, now I have to pass my test

for part B, when he has 2x >=

~~3 He divides by two, then has x>~~-3/2 Why didnt he change the sign? I thought when you divide the sign changes.. so why wouldnt it then result in x<=-3/2Good

how do you find the range of a function algebraically?

Helped me clarify things. Thanks a lot!