anonymous
  • anonymous
Consider the following scenario describing Mr. Smith's math students: A list pairs math grades with student heights. Does this scenario represent a function? Yes, because students who have the same math grade can be different heights. Yes, because students who are the same height can have different math grades. No, because students who have the same math grade can be different heights. No, because students who are the same height can have different math grades. I think its D, @Skielerlucas04
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Jack1
  • Jack1
is the definition of a function: can only have 1 y value (output) for any given x value (input)
Jack1
  • Jack1
so if there is only 1 student height (y value) for each given math score (x value) ... then yes: it's a function

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