What is the range of the function #f(x) = x^3 + 5#?

1 Answer
Dec 15, 2017

Answer:

The range of the function is all real numbers, or #(-oo, oo)# (interval notation).

Explanation:

Range refers to where all the y-values can be in the graph.

The range of the function is all real numbers, or #(-oo, oo)# (interval notation).

Here is the graph of the function (there should be arrows at each end, just not shown in the graph) to prove why the range is all real numbers:
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