Assuming the natural domain; i.e. largest set of values of x that is allowed. For this question, where presumably we are dealing with a real function, it is all real values except x = -2; when x = -2, you will have a division by zero - which is a Cardinal sin in maths. The corresponding range is all y > 2; i.e. all real numbers greater than 2.
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Yes. What Drongoski gave is the natural domain (assuming we are dealing with functions of a real variable). You can read up about this here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain...Natural_domain .
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y = 2/(x+2)^2 + 2
Domain = R\(-2)
Range = R\(2)
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How do you graph y = c?
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