Domain and Range!

Domain and Range!

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- Question 1300 secondsQ. For the function {(0,1), (1,-3), (2,-4), (-4,1)}, write the domain.

Remember: Domain is x

(x,y)answer choices - Question 2900 secondsQ. What is the range of the graph?

Remember: Range is y!answer choices - Question 3900 secondsQ. What is the domain of the graph?

Remember: Domain is xanswer choices - Question 4900 secondsQ. Does the graph represent a function?

If you have an x value that has 2 "y" values it is NOT a function!answer choices - Question 530 secondsQ. Which graph does NOT pass the vertical line test?answer choices
- Question 630 secondsQ. All of the y values or outputs are called what?answer choices
- Question 730 secondsQ. All of the x values or inputs are called what?answer choices
- Question 8900 secondsQ. What is the range of the following relation:

(9, -2) (4, 3) ( 8, 10) ( -4, 8)

Range is the y values

(x,y)answer choices - Question 9900 secondsQ. Identify the domain of the following relation:

Remember domain is the "x" valuesanswer choices - Question 10120 secondsQ. What is the domain of the graph?

Remember: Domain is the "x" values from left to rightanswer choices - Question 11120 secondsQ. What is the range of the graph?

Remember: Range is the "y" values (up and down)answer choices - Question 12120 secondsQ. What is the range?

Remember range is the "y" values (up and down)

And an open circle means it DOES NOT equal that number - use < and >

Only use ≤ and ≥ with a closed circle.answer choices - Question 13120 secondsQ. What is the domain?

Remember domain is the "x" values.

And an open circle means it DOES NOT equal that number - use < and >

Only use ≤ and ≥ with a closed circle.answer choices - Question 1460 secondsQ.answer choices
- Question 15120 secondsQ. What is the DOMAIN of this graph?

Remember DOMAIN is "x" values that go left to right.answer choices - Question 16120 secondsQ. What is the DOMAIN of this graph?

Remember: DOMAIN is the x from left to right.answer choices - Question 1760 secondsQ. Michael run a mile about every 10 minutes. Is this discrete or continuous data?answer choices
- Question 18120 secondsQ. IS THIS GRAPH DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS?answer choices
- Question 19120 secondsQ. IS THIS GRAPH DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS?answer choices

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