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This page is about Range of Real Function. For other uses, see Range.
Let $S \subseteq \R$.
Let $f: S \to \R$ be a real function.
The range of $f$ is the set of values that the dependent variable can take.
That is, it is the image set of $f$.
Also known as
Modern treatments of the subject are usually more precise.
In particular, the word range may be taken to mean codomain.
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