## College Algebra (10th Edition)

$a.\quad \mathbb{R}$ $b.\quad (-3,0),\ (-1.5,0)$, ($0,-3$) $c.\quad$see image $d.\quad (-\infty,1]$ $e.\quad$Continuous
It's best to graph the function first. Left of x=-2, (excluding x=-2) the graph is the line $y=x+3$, containing points $(-5,-2)$ and $(-3,0)$ Right of x=-2 (including x=-2) the graph is the line $y=-2x-3$, containing points ($-2,1$) and ($0,-3$) Domain: whole set $\mathbb{R}$ Range : $(-\infty,1]$ x-intercepts:$\quad (-3,0)$ and $(-1.5,0)$. y intercepts:$\quad$ ($0,-3$) There are no breaks, holes or gaps in the graph - it is continuous.