Hello again everybody this is Tom from every step calculus.com everystepphysics.com. Problems in calculus 1 regarding domain and range and regarding absolute value of a function, index 8 to get to my menu we press enter we are already at domain it gives you a chance to if in case they give you a chance to test picture to find the domain and range you can do that with my programs by saying no because we want to enter our own function and the function is absolute and we enter it this way abs parentheses we have to press alpha now when we put the parentheses in, alpha parentheses the problem is x-6 close off the parentheses and it will show you what your entering and you can change it if you want and we need to find the value of x which is, we set the absolute value which is greater and equal to zero because that is the requirement for a under radical sign you cannot have a negative sign and then I show you the graph of it and then I show you the domain the domain is all real’s minus infinite plus infinite range includes this bracket here where the parentheses which means this includes 6 and it includes 6 to a positive infinity. Pretty neat ah, every step calculus.com go on my site buy my programs and have a good time passing calculus which is a very difficult subject as you probably already know and useless to us in all of our life.

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