Algebra

13. Find the domain of y=2x+1

Bobpursley said:
The domain of x is not restricted by that equation.

Does that mean the domain is all real numbers?

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  1. actually, yes, but technically, it can be all numbers, real or imaginary. Your book probably doesn't cover that.

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