What is the range of the function F(X) = ( X - 1)^2 + 6

Grayson Pierce 2022-07-21 Answered
What is the range of the function F ( X ) = ( X 1 ) 2 + 6?
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tiltat9h
Answered 2022-07-22 Author has 14 answers
The range of a function F(X) is the set of all numbers that can be produced by the function.Calculus gives you some better tools to answer this type of equation, but since it's algebra, we won't use them. In this case, the best tool is probably to graph the equation.
It is of quadratic form, so the graph is a parabola, opening up.
This means that it has a minimum point. This is at X=1, at which
F(X)=6
There is NO value of X for which the function produces a result less than 6.
Therefore the range of the function is all real numbers Y such that
Y 6
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Darian Hubbard
Answered 2022-07-23 Author has 7 answers
Observe that, x R , ( x 1 ) 2 0.
Adding 6 , ( x 1 ) 2 + 6 0 = 6 = 6
x R , f ( x ) 6
Hence, the Range of f = [ 6 , ).
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Variable Value blackuced Cost
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Constraint Slack/ Surplus Dual Value
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Constraint Value Increase Decrease
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1 40000.00000 909.09091 10000.00000
2 120000.00000 40000.00000 5714.28571
3 96000.00000 Infnite 4000.00000
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