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anonymous
 one year ago
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Consider the two groups listed below. Which statement describes the sets?
the length of a swimming pool
the liquid volume of the pool
The relation (length, volume) is a function, but the relation (volume, length) is not.
The relation (volume, length) is a function, but the relation (length, volume) is not.
Both the relation (length, volume) and the relation (volume, length) are functions.
Neither the relation (length, volume) nor the relation (volume, length) is a function.
anonymous
 one year ago
i give fan & medal :) Consider the two groups listed below. Which statement describes the sets? the length of a swimming pool the liquid volume of the pool The relation (length, volume) is a function, but the relation (volume, length) is not. The relation (volume, length) is a function, but the relation (length, volume) is not. Both the relation (length, volume) and the relation (volume, length) are functions. Neither the relation (length, volume) nor the relation (volume, length) is a function.

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