## Tutor Answer

y = 2√(x + 1)

Draw the graph: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y+%...

Then, draw the horizontal line across that graph at any y-value. That expression is the function since there are no points with same second member.

To find the domain of the function, we need to know that function exists where..

x + 1 ≥ 0

So we have x ≥ -1 or [-1, ∞) as the domain.

The range consists of all real values ≥ 0 [Since you can't get negative value from √(x + 1)]. In interval notation, it's [0, ∞)

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