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What is the domain and range of relation R shown below?

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Well, what is the domain? The range?
Just making sure that you didn't mix them.
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They're the x & y
Yes. Remember, the domain is the value of x and the range is the value of y. Now, which choice best seems the values of x and y?
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I'm thinking.
Remember, the values of x and y cannot be repeated. In choice A, 2 (value of x) is being repeated. 4 (the value of y) is also being repeated.
Only the x's can't repeat or can the y's repeat?
Neither can repeat!
Don't forget that!!!
okay, give me a second.
Alright.
It's between c and d.
Remember, the domain is x and the range is y!
Therefore the most reasonable choice is CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC!!!!
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