## Domain and Range – Example and Practice Problems

The domain can be calculated by finding the set of all possible values for the independent variable, usually x. The range … Read more

The domain can be calculated by finding the set of all possible values for the independent variable, usually x. The range … Read more

With permutations, we can count the number of different ways of choosing objects from a set if the order of … Read more

Combinations are used to count the number of different ways that certain groups can be chosen from a set if … Read more

Factorials are simply products, indicated by an exclamation point. The factorials indicate that there is a multiplication of all the … Read more

Fractional exponent exercises can be solved using the fractional exponent rule. This rule indicates the relationship between powers and radicals. … Read more

The negative exponents’ problems can be solved by applying the negative exponents’ rule, which tells us that a negative exponent … Read more

Exponents are simpler ways to write repeated multiplication. However, even with exponents, algebraic expressions can become long and tedious. The … Read more

To solve exponent problems, we need to apply the laws of exponents to simplify. Exponents allow us to write repeated … Read more

Exercises of linear inequalities can be solved by following a process similar to that used to solve linear equations. In … Read more

Inequality problems and exercises can be solved with a process similar to the one we use to solve equations. The … Read more