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Write the function as a set ordered pair… f(a)= q, f(b) =p, f( c )=t, f(d)= q What is f? What is the domain? What is the range?
Can someone show me step by step how to do this?
For the ordered pair, it's usually in the form (x,y) - (domain value, range value) so the first answer is: (a, q) (b, p) (c, t) (d, q) f is the function. the domain is where the function is defined. so the domain is the set {a,b,c,d} and the range is the values the function can take. So it's the set {q, p, t}
ok, ok I see how you did this.
It really helps when i see everything written down, I'm very visual. Thank you so much!
Yeah, I agree. Happy to help :)