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domain and range, Mathematics
Taxable income Tax rate
0  $18,200 0%
$18,201 $37,000 19%
$37,001  $80,000 32.5%
$80,001 $180,000 37%
$180,001 and over 45%
if this is graphed as a step fuction graph whats the domain and range for each segment
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