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Question #3
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
sorry..my computer won't let me open that

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pooja195
  • pooja195
Bonnie will buy up to 200 paper cups for a party. She found a store that sells paper cups in packages of 25. The function c(p) = 25p represents the number of cups Bonnie would have if she bought p packages of cups from this store. What are the theoretical domain and range of function c? What are the practical domain and range of function c? Answer:
freemap
  • freemap
@texaschic101 I'm sorry I don't know how to put it an another format and @pooja195 would you quickly explain theoretical domain
freemap
  • freemap
@pooja195 would you explain theoretical domain and range and practical domain and range
pooja195
  • pooja195
I don't know that stuff @texaschic101 can help hopefully c:
freemap
  • freemap
she is not able to open the word doc
freemap
  • freemap
Wait I'll just draw it in the option
pooja195
  • pooja195
I posted the question
pooja195
  • pooja195
Bonnie will buy up to 200 paper cups for a party. She found a store that sells paper cups in packages of 25. The function c(p) = 25p represents the number of cups Bonnie would have if she bought p packages of cups from this store. What are the theoretical domain and range of function c? What are the practical domain and range of function c? Answer:
freemap
  • freemap
Thanks
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
sorry...I do not know this....all I do know is domain is all the x values and range is all the y values
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you want help
triciaal
  • triciaal
1. Here is a relation. {(–4, 7), (–2, –1), (–2, 0), (3, 3)} (a) Display the relation in an arrow diagram. (b) Is the relation a function? Explain
freemap
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@triciaal were on question #3
triciaal
  • triciaal
a relation is a function when there is only one output (y-value) for any given input (x-value).
triciaal
  • triciaal
the domain is the set of x-values and the range is the set of y-values
triciaal
  • triciaal
when I opened the doc there is only one question. I realize there may be more than one question on this post that's why I reposted the question i was answering. Sorry!!
mathmale
  • mathmale
I think it very important that you (freemap) do some basic research on the meanings of "domain" and "range." These concepts show up frequently in math, even if questions do not actually mention them. "domain" is more than just "x-values." Have you a textbook? if so, look up "domain" and "range" there. Otherwise, search the 'Net. Once you've done that, I'd be happy to give you examples of both and to answer your specific questions.
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@triciaal I'm sorry I that there were 3 questions in the doc. but the question that we're on is what @pooja195 post
pooja195
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You need to scroll down
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me? @pooja195
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
read this and see if it helps... http://www.msad54.org/sahs/MathDept/CPMP/M3U3/m3u3page2.html
mathmale
  • mathmale
Let me give you an example of what could happen if you don't understand "domain" and "range" in practical terms. Tom bought -5 gallons of fruit punch for his party. Each gallon cost -$1.50. The area of the Southern Hemisphere is negative because it's on the bottom of the Earth. (Don't take these too seriously; they're partly meant to be funny.)
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Thanks everyone for all of your help and time, What I suggest for myself is that I close the question and thoroughly look over what @texaschic101 gave me to look at. So that I fully understand what I'm supposed to do. Thanks again to all of you

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