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What are the domain and range of the relation R: {(-4, -5), (-1, -1), (0, 6), (7, 9)}? A) Domain: {-5, -1, 6, 9}, Range: {-4, -1, 0, 7} B) Domain: {all real numbers}, Range: {all real numbers} C) Domain: {-4, -1, 0, 7}, Range: {-5, -1, 6, 9} D) Domain: {(-4, -5), (-1, -1), (0, 6), (7, 9)}, Range: { }

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Domain=x rang=Y
Hint when you have something like {(0,1), (2,3), (4,5), (6,7)} the domain would be {0,2,4,6} and the range would be {1,3,5,7} does that help?
sooo the domain is all the X's and the range is all the Y's lol...

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