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The domain is what values "x" can be.

If we solve for y, then:

7y + 2x = 11

7y = -2x + 11

y = -2/7x + 11/7

So, x can take on ANY value we choose it to be,

therefore, the domain is all real numbers.

{x | x = all real numbers}

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Let's take y = sqrt(x - 4)

Find the domain.

Since we cannot take the square root of a negative number,

x *has* to be greater than 4, right?

Therefore, the domain is:

x > 4 or

{x | x > 4}

Good luck in your studies,

~ Mitch ~

what do you mean by domain?

x probably is 1

and y is probably 2

But i might not be answering your question

This is the equation of a line, and the domain is all real numbers.

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