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What is the difference between domain and range? Describe a reallife situation that could be modeled by a function

An example of a domain is how many gallons of gas are in a car's gas tank (say, 0 to 15 gallons) and the range would be how far that can drive with what is initially in the tank.
"Domain" describes the values that an independent variable can have, and "range" is the resulting set of dependent variable values that correspond to the domain.
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