# Math

The temperature of an object in a experiment is T(t) = 60(1/3)^t + 10, where T is the temperature in degrees C and t is time in seconds.
What is the domain and range of this situation?

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asked by Tom
1. The important term to consider is
60(1/3)^t, which has a domain of R (all real) and a range of (0,+∞).
Therefore
dom T(t) = R
ran T(t) = (10,∞)

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