If the function h(x) represents the number of full hours that it takes a person to assemble x sets of tires in a factory, which would be an appropriate domain f
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angelicaser
Question
If the function h(x) represents the number of full hours that it takes a person to assemble x sets of tires in a factory, which would be an appropriate domain for the function?
1) the set of real numbers
2) the set of negative integers
3) the set of integers
4) the set of nonnegative integers
Why?
1) the set of real numbers
2) the set of negative integers
3) the set of integers
4) the set of nonnegative integers
Why?
1 Answer

1. User Answers marmal
Of course the D answer is correct.
The number of sets of tires must be a whole number. It can't be real number because it is impossible to assemble for example 3.2321 set of tires.The negative  it certainly also isn't possible. The amount can't be a negative number that's why C isn't correct as well.