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1-93.

Sketch the graph of a function with a domain of $−2 ≤ x < 6$ and a range of $y > 2$. Then sketch a second possible function. .

Answers vary. Notice the $<$ and $>$ symbols associated with $x < 6$ and $y > 2$. This means the graph gets infinitely close to $x = 6$ and $y = 2$, but does not touch! As for $x ≤ 2$, the graph will touch that line, and then stop.

Be creative. Remember: the function does not have to be continuous.

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