What is the domain and range of f(x)=1x?

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2023-01-01

What is the domain and range of f(x)=1x?

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The collection of all values for which the function is defined is known as the domain. A function's range is the collection of all possible output values.
As the function f(x)=1xis defined for all real values of x accept x=0. Because at this point function is not defined.
The domain of the function is R-0 also the range of the functionf(x)=1x, for every value of x (accept x=0) we get f(x)=R-0

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