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Examples on How to Find the Domain of Square Root Functions with Solutions Example 1 Find the domain of function f defined by f(x) = √(x - 1) Solution to Example 1. For f(x) to have real values, the radicand (expression under the radical) of the square root function must be positive or equal to 0. Hence x - 1 ≥ 0

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First thing is you divide your number starting from the decimal point into groups of 2 digits: {5}{31}.{30}{25} Then: 1) Find the closest square root for first group that is smaller or equal to the actual square root of first group: sqrt({5}) >= 2. This square root is the first digit of your final answer.

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Function Grapher and Calculator Description:: All Functions. Description . Function Grapher is a full featured Graphing Utility that supports graphing two functions together. It has the unique feature that you can save your work as a URL (website link). Usage To plot a function just type it into the function box. Use "x" as the variable like this:

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The square root of r 2, with a negative sign if the slope is negative, is the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, r, or just "correlation coefficient." You can use either r or r 2 to describe the strength of the association between two variables.