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Functionsby: Carlie

Facts About FunctionsFunctons- a relation from a set of inputs to a set of possible outputs where each input is related to exactly one output. To be a function each input must produce only one output. An input is also known as the domain, and an output is known as the range.There are many ways to show the representation a function. Arrows can be matched to show the relation between elements in a domain in relation to the range. You can write the elements as a set of ordered pairs. Or you can organize the information in a table.

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