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c) Imagine that our Math 107 class goes down to the Pierces track and each person is timed running one lap around the 400-meter track. The function T(n) gives the time T as a function of the person’s name n. (So input name, output time.) Is this actually a function? Domain: Range:

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    Yes.. because each person can only have 1 time. Domain - names range - times that each person runs.. lowest time to the highest time

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