raden_zaikaria
  • raden_zaikaria
what is the domain and range mean?
Linear Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hold on-- ill get it for you
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok-- if you google it up its just going to confuse you even more, so my genius brain and i put it in a simple simple definition Domain- the x place Range- the y place example: (2,5) the domain is 2 and the range is 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
The domain is the set of all possible x-values which will make the function "work", and will output real y-values The range is the resulting y-values we get after substituting all the possible x-values.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you ;)
raden_zaikaria
  • raden_zaikaria
is that domain ---> Object... Range ---> image
anonymous
  • anonymous
In a way, but mathematically its just domain is x and range is y
anonymous
  • anonymous
A function is the totality of associations/links between members of one set and another. You define one set as the domain, requiring that all it's members must have an association with only one member of the second set, which we call the range. We say that the function is 'single valued'. |dw:1360014364411:dw| Not all members of the the range need have an association with the members of the domain. That subset of the range which do have an association with at least one domain member is called the image. |dw:1360014481078:dw| If there are members of the range which don't have an association with a member of the domain then the function is deemed as an 'into'. So the image is a proper subset of the range. |dw:1360014618709:dw| If all range members have an association with some domain member then the function is deemed as 'onto'. So the image and the range are the same set. |dw:1360014744956:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
YOUR CONFUSING THE POOR KID!!!!!!!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
There's no royal road :-)
anonymous
  • anonymous
hahaha, well true true

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