The domain of the following relation: R: {(3, -2), (1, 2), (-1, -4), (-1, 2)} is

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The domain of the following relation: R: {(3, -2), (1, 2), (-1, -4), (-1, 2)} is

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-1 to .... 3
{3,1,-1}
sorry. forgot it's discretized and not a function

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The domain is the set of values over which the relation (and it is a relation and not quite a function) is defined. Because there is more than one y-value to at least one x-value (i.e. (-1,-4), (-1,2)) then we know it's not a function and the domain therefore is the domain of a relation which is just the set of x-points as Mertsj has said.

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