# SOLUTION: What is the domain and range of this equation: y=1(x-3)^2+6

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 Question 142740: What is the domain and range of this equation: y=1(x-3)^2+6Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!domain means "what values can x have"? __ range means "what values can y have"? values that are not allowed are those which cause things like division by zero and square roots of negative quantities so, looking at the equation ; x can be any real number y is limited because (x-3)^2 is never negative __ this means y is never less than 6 y can be any real number greater than or equal to 6