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1-91.

The domain of the function $f$ is the set of $x$-values such that $x > 0$. The range of $f$ is the set of $y$-values such that $-2 < y ≤ 5$. .

1. Sketch a possible graph for $f$.

Answers vary. Be creative. Just remember to stay within the dotted lines, which represent the domain and range.

2. Find the domain and range of $f(x - 2) + 1$.

The function you drew in part (a) will be shifted two units to the right and one unit up. Its domain and range will shift with it.

3. Find the domain and range of $f^{-1}(x)$.

For inverse functions: Not only do the the $x$- and $y$-values switch, the domain and range switch as well.

Use the eTool below to graph a possible function.
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