## Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

To find the range for the domain : {-2, 0, 3.5} of the function f(x)=10-$x^{3}$ We just plug in the x values in the domain into the function to find the range. When x=-2 f(-2)= 10-($-2)^{3}$ = 10-(-8) = 10+8 = 18 When x=0 f(0)= 10-($0)^{3}$ = 10 + 0 = 10 When x=3.5 f(3)= 10-($3.5)^{3}$ = 10 - 42.875 = -32.875