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sheila made the following statement:
the range of f(x) = ax + b is the set of all numbers given that a and b are real numbers. which produces a counter example to her statement?

a=0

b=0

a<0

b<0

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    IF a is zero, then f(x)=b which the range is not all real numbers.

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