Which of the following sets represents the domain of the function shown? {(2, 7}, (15, 13), (21, –4), (24, 18)}

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Which of the following sets represents the domain of the function shown? {(2, 7}, (15, 13), (21, –4), (24, 18)}

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those are the answer choices. A) {-4,2,7,13,15,18,21,24} B) {7,2),(13, 15),(-4,21),(18,24) C) {2,15,21,24} D) {-4,7,13,18}
Domain includes all unique x-values right?
domain = set ,with first element

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yea
So which one is it? Look at the x values...
i really dont know i not good at math! :'(
When you graph, you have (x,y) values right?
That's what's given, so the x values are your domain and y is your range.
yea, so?
So what's the answer then compared to your choices?
D? what did you think
Look at your values, it's put in (x,y) (2,7) -> 2 is your x, 7 is your y, the 2 is part of your domain, the 7 isn't, it's part of the range.
Oh wait! is B? :/
No we want JUST the domain
Don't guess, think about what I just said
A?
When you graph, you have points as (x,y) right?
all the x values in your function represent the domain, and the y values represent range. So if you had something like {(1,2), (4,3), (5,3)} your domain would be {1,4,5}
OH YEA I THINK I HAVE THE ANSWER
IS C?
Yes :)
You understand now right?
Not so difficult ^.^
YES thank you so much!!! can you help me with one more please
no is not difficult

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