Mathematics
hayley811
2020-04-23 19:09:15
The formula for the volume of a cube is V(s) = s³ where s is the side length of the cube. What is the domain and range of this function? s < 0, V(s) < 0 s > 0, V(s) < 0 s < 0, V(s) > 0 s > 0, V(s) > 0
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xuelin
2020-04-23 19:54:50

Given the formula above for the volume of a cube, where s is the side length of the cube, we can say that, the measures of the sides should be not be equal or less than 0, and also the volume would be not equal or less than zero. Therefore, the domain and range of this function would be this: s > 0, V(s) > 0. It is the last option. Hope this helps. 

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