# Domain and Range Worksheet 2

Here are another Domain and Range Worksheet for your consideration. We’re going to use this one to tell you about the average height of men and women. In fact, we’ll use it again in the next Domain and Range Worksheet for you to see if you have an average height that works for you. You can follow along with me and you’ll see what the difference will be in the next Domain and Range Worksheet.

In the first Domain and Range Worksheet, we discussed the average heights for people. It is a simple calculation that takes the person’s height and subtracts a plus or minus to it. What you should be focusing on is that we are starting out with a single number and that the average height is subtracted from that single number.

Let’s change things up a little bit and take a look at the differences between the domains. In the first Domain and Range Worksheet, we started with the person’s height and gave him or her a minus value to the height of the average person. In the second Domain and Range Worksheet, we will take a number and subtract it from the average height. This means we are starting out with two numbers and subtracting one from the other.

Now for the second Domain and Range Worksheet, let’s start with someone with the average height of five feet and add five. You can add five to anything. That means you can add five to the average height of five feet seven or five foot nine.

You should be able to understand how these work with different figures. You should also see the difference between the two subtraction numbers and how that affects the average height. You should also see that there is a difference between the two subtraction levels.

Let’s go back to the first Domain and Range Worksheet. We started with the person’s height and gave him or her a minus value to the height of the average person. The second Domain and Range Worksheet will take a number and subtract it from the average height.