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  • one year ago

Create and justify a relation that represents a function with the given range. Write your answers as ordered pairs. Create and justify a relation that does not represent a function with the given range. Write your answers as ordered pairs.

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    You can take the domain choices in my case(10,19,33,40) and add them by 1 to get the range. So it would be a total of (10,11) (19,20) ( 33,34) (40,41).

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    Thanks!

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    And for, "Create and justify a relation that does not represent a function with the given range. Write your answers as ordered pairs." You can take the domain which in my case can be (30,40,50,60) and add them by 5 (30,35) (40,45) (50,55) (60,65)

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    your welcome

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    can i have a medal please :)

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