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anonymous

  • one year ago

I'm finishing homework and I'm caught up on one question. can anyone please help me?! which set of ordered pairs in the form of (x,y) does not represent a function of x? a:{(0,2),(1,-1),(2,3),(3,-2)} b:{(0,-2),(1,1),(2,3),(3,-2)} c:{(0,2),(-1,-1),(2,-3),(3,2)} d:{(0,2),(1,2),(1,-2),(3,2)}

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  1. texaschic101
    • one year ago
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    last one is not a function because it has 2 x terms that are the same. A function will not have any repeating x terms....they can have repeating y terms, just not the x ones

  2. anonymous
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    oh that makes total sense(x so d is my answer? and thank you so much

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