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mikaa_toxica13
*help requested* *fan and medal awarded* Find the range of the following relation: {−2, −2, 1, 1, 1} {−2, 1} {−1, 1, 2} {−1, −1, 1, 1, 2}
Range is Indicated in y-axis
The range is all the y-values, so which y-values are there on the graph?
i think 2 and -2
I think you might be looking at the wrong axis. The y-values will be the horizontal dotted lines that cross through the vertical y-axis. So for example the dot near the very top, the horizontal dotted line passes through 2, so y=2 for that point.
yeaa i probably am. okay so what next ?
The horizontal dotted line below that one has two points on it, and the dotted line passes through y = 1
okay. okay im thinkin its c
This might help. See where the red lines cross the vertical y axis? those are your y values, which give your range.
And c. -1, 1 and 2 would be correct :)
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thank u @agent0smith @AravindG yes yes im a confused lil girl lol