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anonymous
 one year ago
Which of the following best defines an input?
An input is the result of a relation or the function rule, usually the yvalues in a set of ordered pairs or on a table or graph.
An input is a special type of relation for which there is a rule that pairs each input with exactly one output.
An input is a set of ordered pairs in which no yvalue repeats.
An input is the value that determines another based on the relation or the function rule, usually the xvalues in a set of ordered pairs or on a table or graph.
anonymous
 one year ago
Which of the following best defines an input? An input is the result of a relation or the function rule, usually the yvalues in a set of ordered pairs or on a table or graph. An input is a special type of relation for which there is a rule that pairs each input with exactly one output. An input is a set of ordered pairs in which no yvalue repeats. An input is the value that determines another based on the relation or the function rule, usually the xvalues in a set of ordered pairs or on a table or graph.

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