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Use the graph shown below to answer the following questions.
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a) Does the graph shown above represent the graph of a function? Yes.
b) Record the domain of the graph below. Be sure to write the domain in interval notation. Use (-âˆž,0) for negative infinity and (0,âˆž) for positive infinity.
c) Record the range of the graph below. Be sure to write the range in interval notation. Use (-âˆž,0) for negative infinity and (0,âˆž) for positive infinity.

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in this question the graph is given and it is being asked whether it is a graph of a function or not. So for photograph will be a graph of a function. We will just draw a few political lines and we will check whether it is cutting only once the graph or at more than one point. So as you can see all the points are cutting only at one point for example, this is cutting at this point, This one is, that this is and this is one point, this is one point. So as you can see that all the lines are cutting this graph or intersecting this graph at only one point. So we can say that since every vertical line is intersecting this graph only once. So it is a it is the graph function, it will be the graph of her function. Now in 2nd part, it is being asked that what will be the domain of this function as you can see at minus…