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write the function as a set of ordered pairs. Give the domain of f. f(a)=t, f(b)=r,f(c)=s f(d)=t f=___ the domain is___? the range is____?
. f(a)=t, f(b)=r,f(c)=s f(d)=t ordered pair (a,t), (b,r), (d,t) the domain is___? can you guess for now?... :D the range is____?
i really need to know, i have tried to work it out but can not figure out the answer
.rdered pair are (a,t), (b,r), (d,t) the domain are all x the range are all y so from the ordered pairs (a,t), (b,r), (d,t) ] Domain :{a,.b,c,,d} Range:{re,s,t} yes or no?
thats from the function f f(a)=t, f(b)=r,f(c)=s f(d)=t
remember the function F(x)=y its the same thing as f(a)=t, f(b)=r,f(c)=s f(d)=t
im sorry on the range it should be Range:{r,s,t} yes or no?