Posted by **Caroline** on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 12:45am.

State the domain and range of the relation y = 2x + 3

My answer:

y= 2x+3

y= 2(1)+3=5

domain: 1

range: 5

This is how my book showed me how to do it. I just wanted to make sure I did it right. If not could you please give me an example?

- Pre-Calculus -
**Reiny**, Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 8:43am
Why are you subbing in x = 1 ?

Did you omit some part of the question?

If y = 2x + 3

you have a straight line, which would go on forever,

so the domain is the set of real numbers

and the range is the set of real numbers.

I am sure you are mis-reading what the book does, perhaps there were some limitations placed on the length of the line ?

- Pre-Calculus -
**Caroline**, Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 11:25am
What they did in their example is substitute x with one. I wasn't exactly sure why they were doing that so I came on here in hopes that someone could better explain it. Thank you!

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