iBeYoshiii
  • iBeYoshiii
The domain of the following relation: R: {(−4, 3), (3, 6), (−2, 1), (3, 6)} is?
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iBeYoshiii
  • iBeYoshiii
A.){1, 3, 6} B.){−4, 3, −2, 3} C.){−4, −2, 3} D.)No domain exists
anonymous
  • anonymous
{–4, 3, −2, 3}
iBeYoshiii
  • iBeYoshiii
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anonymous
  • anonymous
have ( x, y) the domain is x and y is the range look at the first number and one you have: (−4, 3) -4 is in x which is the domain 3 is in y which is the range
iBeYoshiii
  • iBeYoshiii
Oh. I see. Thanks for clarifying it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem, good luck:)
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