# What is relevant domain?

**domain**means

**domain**of definition, but sometimes

**domain**refers to a restricted

**domain**. See also.

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Furthermore, what is the relevant domain of a function?

**Functions** assign outputs to inputs. The **domain of a function** is the set of all possible inputs for the **function**. For example, the **domain** of f(x)=x² is all real numbers, and the **domain** of g(x)=1/x is all real numbers except for x=0.

Additionally, what does the domain represent? **Domain**. The **domain** of a function **is** the complete set of possible values of the independent variable. In plain English, this definition means: The **domain is** the set of all possible x-values which **will** make the function "work", and **will** output real y-values.

Likewise, people ask, how do you find the relevant domain of a function?

For this type of **function**, the **domain** is all real numbers. A **function** with a fraction with a variable in the denominator. To **find** the **domain** of this type of **function**, set the bottom equal to zero and exclude the x value you **find** when you solve the equation. A **function** with a variable inside a radical sign.

What is the implied domain?

The **implied domain** is the largest possible subset of the real numbers where each member of the subset yields a real number when the function is applied to it. The exact definition depends on how the function is defined, such as a formula, verbal description, or other.