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###### Determine whether each statement “makes sense” or “does not make sense” and explain your reasoning. My function models how the chance of divorce depends on the number of years of marriage, so the range is $\{x | x \mathrm{~ i s ~ t h e ~ n u m b e r ~ o f ~ y e a r s ~ o f ~ m a r r i a g e \} . ~}$

Determine whether each statement “makes sense” or “does not make sense” and explain your reasoning. My function models how the chance of divorce depends on the number of years of marriage, so the range is $\{x | x \mathrm{~ i s ~ t h e ~ n u m b e r ~ o f ~ y e a r s ~ o f ~ m a r r i a g e \} . ~}$

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