## College Algebra (10th Edition)

$a.\quad \mathbb{R}$ $b.\quad (0,3)$ $c.\quad$see image $d.\quad [1,\infty)$ $e.\quad$Continuous
It's best to graph the function first. Left of x=1, (excluding x=1) the graph is the line $y=-2x+3$, containing points (0,3) and (-1,5) Right of x=1 (including x=1) the graph is the line $y=3x-2$, containing points (1,1) and (2,4) Domain: whole set $\mathbb{R}$ Range : $[1,\infty)$ There are no x-intercepts. The y intercept is at ($0,3$) There are no breaks, holes or gaps in the graph - it is continuous.