Posted by **Student5** on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 2:52pm.

Find all x-values such that f(x)=-4

x=__?

What is the range?

a)y|-oo<y<_0

b)All real numbers

c)y|-10<y<_10

d)y|0<_y<oo

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