how do i find the range and domain of a fractional,polynomial.greatest integer function algebraically . What is their graphical solution and how do i judge the restrictions on them.
Asked by laxmikant mishra | 15th Jul, 2014, 12:50: AM
Domain is the set of all values of a function that 'x' can take.
Range is the set of all values of a function that 'y' can take.
(1) Fractional function
Consider the function
In this function x can take all the values except zero.
Now let us consider the range of f(x).
Again f(x) can take all the values except 0.
(2) Polynomial function
Domain of a polynomial function is the set of real numbers
And the range of polynomial function is also the set of real numbers.
In the above example, domain is the set of Real Numbers.
Range is the set of positive real numbers, including zero.
(3) Greatest integer function
Domain of greatest integer function is the set of real numbers.
Range of greatest integer function is the set of integers.
The graph of the greatest integer function is as follows:
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