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The range depends on the domain. You usually define the domain (the values that x can take) first. Then the range (or codomain) is the set of all values that y can take, as defined by the functional relationship.

So, for example, if x could only take the value 5, then the range would be the single value, 12.

If x could take any value from 5 to 6, the range would be 12 to 13.

If x can take any positive value, then the range is any number greater than or equal to 7.

And so on.

Q: What is the range of y equals x plus 7 and how do you calculate it?

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It equals 24.

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144 9+7 = 16 and 9*16 = 144

144 9+7 = 16 and 9*16 = 144

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x=-0.7

A minus and a minus makes a plus A plus and a plus makes a plus A minus and a plus or plus and a minus makes a minus 7 - -2 is a minus and a minus Therefore the answer is 7 + 2 = 9

It equals 24.

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It doesn't ! -7 plus -5 equals -12 ! -7 plus 5 equals -2

If I am correct, 9 plus 7 equals 112.

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Yes.

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