Using the discriminant the possible values of k are -9 or 9
Since there are no lists following, the answer must be "none of them!"
x (x+5) = 6 X equals 1.
It is not possible to give an answer to this question since none of the values are given.
The domain is the set of all possible x values, for this problem it would be negative infinity to positive infinity. The range is the set of all possible y values, for this problem it would be -2 too +2
-0.82 , -4.82
For each of the infinite possible vaues of x, there is a different vaue of y. It is not possible to provide a table with an infinite number of entries.
Yes, it is possible to have non-integral values for the valence.
What are all the possible whole number values for 7
Domain is what you can plug into the function (possible x values for y=f(x) type functions) and range is the possible values you can get out (possible y values).
a notation showing all of the y-values produced by the indicated function. Domain is a notation showing all of the x-values that produce real answers.
The domain of a function is the set of it's possible x values that will make the function work and output y values. In this case, it would be all the real numbers.
no you got it mixed up it equals 21646947168000
(N-1)=(4-1)= N=3 l=0,1,2,3
Try -1. x=1, x=-6
X > 9
Domain describes all possible input values.
n = 3/2, n = 2
The Range is the set of all possible output values of a function or relation.
2,1,0,-1,-2 are the possible values of ml for an electron in d orbital.
Domain: All Possible "x" values Range: All possible "y" values