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- anonymous

y = {(2, 6), (3, 1, 4), (1), (5, 6)}
y is a function.
I think its false but im a little confused on how its set up. Can someone help me understand what is being asked?

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- helder_edwin

check your parentheses. u have typos.

- ParthKohli

I don't think that's a function... how is there even a domain and no range? And then how is that (3,1,4) there?

- anonymous

I dont know that is what is given

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- ParthKohli

Then it's no function. :I

- anonymous

y is a function of 3 other variables?

- anonymous

There's got to be typos, I don't know how to interpret that notation.

- anonymous

Thanks for helping me...its just really confusing sometimes
@CliffSedge I dont know why..

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