anonymous
  • anonymous
The range of a relation is A. the output (y) values of the relation B. the input (x) values of the relation C. a set of points that pair input values with output values D. x and y values written in the form (x, y)
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anonymous
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anonymous
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I'm sure you know this is history? :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
nope i dont :)
anonymous
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Results But each x-value is different, so, while boring, this relation is indeed a function. In point of fact, these points lie on the horizontal line y = 5. There is one other case for finding the domain and range of functions. They will give you a function and ask you to find the domain (and maybe the range, too).
anonymous
  • anonymous
i mean this is the history section
anonymous
  • anonymous
not math
anonymous
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ohhh lol oops hahahahah i didnt relize hahah
anonymous
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it's fine :)
anonymous
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cause you would get more help in the math section
anonymous
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yea lol i was in the math section but i forgot i came to history lol

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