How do I graph something given only the Domain and Range?

Ex:Domain:{x:3<x<7}

Range:{y:1<y<10}

I really need help.Thanks in advance.

How do I graph something given only the Domain and Range?

Ex:Domain:{x:3<x<7}

Range:{y:1<y<10}

I really need help.Thanks in advance.

Ex:Domain:{x:3<x<7}

Range:{y:1<y<10}

I really need help.Thanks in advance.

- stapel_eliz
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For problems 17 through 20,sketch a graph of a function with the given domain and range.

17.)Domain:{x:3<x<7}, Range:{y:1<y<10}

18.)Domain:{x:1<x<4}, Range:{y:-3<y<5}

19.)Domain:{x:2<x<3}, Range:{y:5<y<7}

20.)Domain:{x:0<x<5}, Range:{y:2<y<7} (Be Clever!)

These are the problems directly from the book.

17.)Domain:{x:3<x<7}, Range:{y:1<y<10}

18.)Domain:{x:1<x<4}, Range:{y:-3<y<5}

19.)Domain:{x:2<x<3}, Range:{y:5<y<7}

20.)Domain:{x:0<x<5}, Range:{y:2<y<7} (Be Clever!)

These are the problems directly from the book.

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Ah! "Sketch *a* graph." That makes a lot more sense!

Take the bounds they've given you, lightly sketch a rectangle enclosing these bounds, and then draw any curve you like that touches all four sides. Just make sure that the curve doesn't turn back on itself sideways, because then it wouldn't represent a function.

The simplest graph would probably be a straight line from one left-hand corner to the opposite right-hand corner.

Take the bounds they've given you, lightly sketch a rectangle enclosing these bounds, and then draw any curve you like that touches all four sides. Just make sure that the curve doesn't turn back on itself sideways, because then it wouldn't represent a function.

The simplest graph would probably be a straight line from one left-hand corner to the opposite right-hand corner.

Oooh cool,alright thanks!But can you give me an example for the first graph just so I know what to do for sure?

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