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    1.)f(x,y)= e^(x^2 - y)

    2.)f(x,y,z)= x^2 ln(x-y+z)

    3.)f(x,y,z)= xsin(y+z)

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    The exponential function is defined for any value of t - that is, you can plug in any value of t and the ...

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    This provides examples of finding domain and range of functions.

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