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The domain of the function is F(x)=|x-3|+4

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1. The function given is F(x) = |x-3| + 4 .

2. The absolute value function|x-3| is defined for all real numbers x .

3. Adding a constant (4 in this case) does not affect the domain of the absolute value function.

Therefore, the domain ofF(x) = |x-3| + 4 is

(-\infty, \infty) .

2. The absolute value function

3. Adding a constant (4 in this case) does not affect the domain of the absolute value function.

Therefore, the domain of

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