# SOLUTION: Hello, my name is Bud and I need some help for this algebra question I'm stuck on. Thank-you, anyone that helps. In the equation C(g)=3.03(g) If you were to graph C(g), what would

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-equations Question 190797: Hello, my name is Bud and I need some help for this algebra question I'm stuck on. Thank-you, anyone that helps. In the equation C(g)=3.03(g) If you were to graph C(g), what would be an appropriate domain? Range? Found 2 solutions by user_dude2008, solver91311:Answer by user_dude2008(1861)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Graph of C(g) = 3.03(g) Domain: all real numbers Range: all real numbers Answer by solver91311(17077)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! It depends on what you are trying to model with the equation. has a domain of all real numbers and a range of all real numbers. But since the function is C, I suspect it is some sort of cost model. In that case, the value of g should be restricted to positive numbers and zero, which would then restrict the value of the function to positive numbers and zero. Without knowing what g represents, it is very difficult to determine if there is a reasonable upper limit to the independent variable. For example, if it were the number of tons of garbage in the city of New York in a year it could be a very large number indeed. John