Posted by **Laurie** on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 6:28pm.

What is the domain of the function

f(x)=11/Squareroot of 4-x^2

a.(-11,11)

b.[-11,11]

c. (-2,2)

d. [-2,2]

What is the range of the function?

y=8/Squareroot of 4-x^2

a. [4, infinity)

b. (-infinity, 4]

c. [8, infinity)

d. (-infinity, 12]

e. [6, infinity)

f. (-infinity, 6]

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