Geometry_Hater
  • Geometry_Hater
Determine whether each equation defines y as a function of x. X = Y^2
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anonymous
  • anonymous
In this case, no. You can rearrange it to be the case, but as given, "X is a function of y"
Geometry_Hater
  • Geometry_Hater
Y= X ^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, no, that's not correct. But again, that's not what the question is actually asking.

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Geometry_Hater
  • Geometry_Hater
How exactly do you tell is Y is a function of x
anonymous
  • anonymous
You don't need to do ANY of that.....
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please look at the question.
Geometry_Hater
  • Geometry_Hater
i would guess no because y isnt by itself..correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's not asking you to FIND y in terms of x, simply to say whether, as given, it is or not. In this case ...it is not. If "y" was "in terms of x" , y would be by itself y = something....
anonymous
  • anonymous
my bad. I misunderstood
anonymous
  • anonymous
...and within that "something", there would be an "x" in there.

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