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https://study.ashworthcollege.edu/access/content/attachment/482f3ed0-b6d6-42af-8d6e-ee81d77c2a10/Assignments/6c04a213-8d47-4157-852a-4d1bc3d8d74d/Pre-Calculus_Midterm.pdf number 11 if i draw a line it would hit twice so there for it is not a realtion. was my answer

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  1. anonymous
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    11. For the relationship to be considered a function there is only one value of the range (y) for every value of the domain (x). This will pass the VLT. Have a look at the graph. Would it pass the VLT? is what my teacher said

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    @freckles @phi

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    brb going to dinner

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  5. campbell_st
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    so the vertical line test means move a vertical line across the graph and see if it only cuts the curve once.... if it does you have a function... |dw:1439243643281:dw|

  6. anonymous
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    so mine is not a function and thats what i put soo what did i do wrong

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  8. campbell_st
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    I can't see your curve, as it needs a user name and password to log in. I'd suggest you clip the image and attach it as a file

  9. anonymous
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    does that help

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    @mathway

  11. campbell_st
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    it does, so if a vertical line or ruler is moved from left to right, it will only cut the curve once... does that make sense

  12. anonymous
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    so it does pass the vlt right so my answer is wrong right and yes it makes since

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    @mathstudent55

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  16. campbell_st
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    I'd say its a function.

  17. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok thnx lol

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