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You have 6 cups of sugar. It takes 1 cup of sugar to make 24 cookies. The function c(s) = 24s represents the number of cookies, c, that can be made with s cups of sugar. What domain and range are reasonable for the function?
(I know that you get 144 cookies from 6 cups of sugar.)
The domain and range are written in inequality such as: Range: 1<s<6
Domain: 24<c(s)<144. This may not be correct answer, but it is how to set it up.

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  1. Domain = All real values of s.
    (-)Infinity < S < + Infinity.

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