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A function is therefore a many-to-one (or sometimes one-to-one) relation. The set of values at which a function is defined is called its domain, while the set of values that the function can produce is called its range.
is ur name shaniya?
wats ur last name
if thats to personal
i think ik u
Yeah my name is Shaniya... Whats yours?
whats yo last name?
fl dang u not the shaniya ik
your answer is always @siahniya16
please don't give put direct answers @amarimiller explain your answer.
Always. The definition that I learned was that "A function is a relation that obeys the function rule." Where the function rule was another thing we had learned. @siahniya16
@AlexandervonHumboldt2 Your answer above is not correct A function is always a 1-1 relationship if y is a function of x then for each value of x there is ONE value of y
so is it sometimes???? @MrNood
no - that is not what I said. I was querying the statement that function can be a many to one relationship. see this for a way you can learn about functions and relationships.. http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/ap3/lfunction.htm
@AlexandervonHumboldt2 For discussion: I will accept that it may be a many to one relationship it is not a one to many relationship: if y is a function of x then for each value of x there is ONE value of y
oh ok @MrNood