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Introduction to Functions II Test
About Introduction to Functions II:

A relation is any set of ordered pairs (x,y). A function is a special type of relation where there is a one to one correspondence. Each first component or x value corresponds to or is linked to exactly one second component or y value. Many times we hear this read as ‘for each x, there can be only one y’. When we have a function, no vertical line will intersect the graph in more than one location.

Test Objectives:

•Understand the definition of a relation

•Understand the difference between domain and range

•Demonstrate the ability to use the vertical line test to determine if a relation represents a function

Introduction to Functions II Test:




#1:


Instructions: Determine if each relation is a function using the vertical line test, then list the domain and range.


a) $$y = -4x + 2$$

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#2:


Instructions: Determine if each relation is a function using the vertical line test, then list the domain and range.


a) $$y = x^2 + 7$$

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#3:


Instructions: Determine if each relation is a function using the vertical line test, then list the domain and range.


a) $$y = \frac{5}{x^2 - 1}$$

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#4:


Instructions: Determine if each relation is a function using the vertical line test, then list the domain and range.


a) $$y^2+x^2=16$$

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#5:


Instructions: Determine if each relation is a function using the vertical line test, then list the domain and range.


a) $$x = -3(y - 1)^2 - 1$$

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Written Solutions:




#1:


Solution:


a) Yes - this relation is a function


$$domain = \left\{x|x ∈ ℝ\right\}$$ $$range = \left\{y|y ∈ ℝ\right\}$$


use the vertical line test to determine if this relation is a function

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#2:


Solution:


a) Yes - this relation is a function


$$domain = \left\{x|x ∈ ℝ\right\}$$ $$range = \left\{y|y ≥ 7\right\}$$


use the vertical line test to determine if this relation is a function

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#3:


Solution:


a) Yes - this relation is a function


$$domain = \left\{x|x ≠-1,1\right\}$$ $$range = \left\{y|y ≤-5~or~y > 0\right\}$$


use the vertical line test to determine if this relation is a function

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#4:


Solution:


a) No - this relation is not a function


$$domain = \left\{x|x -4 ≤ x ≤ 4\right\}$$ $$range = \left\{y|y -4 ≤ y ≤ 4\right\}$$


use the vertical line test to determine if this relation is a function

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#5:


Solution:


a) No - this relation is not a function


$$domain = \left\{x|x ≤ -1\right\}$$ $$range = \left\{y|y ∈ ℝ\right\}$$


use the vertical line test to determine if this relation is a function

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