Practice Objectives

- Demonstrate the ability to determine if a relation is a function
- Demonstrate the ability to find the domain and range of a relation

## Practice Determining if a Relation is a Function

Instructions:

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Determine whether the given relation is a function, and identify its domain and range.

Notes:

- Separate the members of the domain and range using commas.
- Members of the domain or range can be listed in any order.
- Duplicate members in the domain or range are not required and will be ignored.
- The correct formatting is given below.
- The letters a-h represent the members of the domain and range.
- Domain: {a, b, c, d}
- Range: {e, f, g, h}

Problem:

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Determine if a Relation is a Function:

A function is a relation where for each x-value, there is exactly one associated y-value.

- If the same x-value is associated with different y-values, the relation is not a function
- If each x-value is associated with exactly one y-value, the relation is a function
- Note: A function can have the same y-value associated with different x-values

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$$\text{Domain:} \, \{a, b, c, d\}$$

$$\text{Range:} \, \{e, f, g, h\}$$

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