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Write the range for the equation with the domain given. Write in set brackets with commas between numbers and no spaces.

5x - 3y = 6 ; Domain {-3, 0, 6}

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    plug in the domain(x value) for each equation and solve for Y.The y value will be your range.

    5(-3) -3y=6 range {-7,
    -3y=6+15
    -3y=21
    y=-7

    do the same for 0 and 6

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