Value of a Function
October 6, 2006
Let f:A-->B be a function. Let y0 be an element in B. then y0 is called a value of f provided there is some element, x0 in A, such that y0 = f(x0); that is, y0 is a value of
the function f if it corresponds, with respect to the rule of f, to some x0 in the set A = Dom(f).
Find the value of the following function when x=-2
Find the Domain and Range of this function.