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relation

a set of ordered pairs

List: {(2, 3), (3, 4), (4,5)}

Graph: plotting points

Mapping: domain and range sets *numerical order, least → greatest, do not repeat members in a set, arrows indicating which y goes with each x

Table: list each x and y in relation

Sentence: y=2x-8

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domain

the set of x-values (or first members) of every ordered pair; the input; the independent variable

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range

the set of y-values (or second members) of every ordered pair; the output; the dependent variable

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function

special type of relation; a relation in which every member of the domain maps to exactly one member of the range. In order to be a function, a member of the domain, cannot be repeated.

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function notation

f(x)=ax+b f(x) is the name of the function; ax+b is how the function is defined

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composition functions

start inside → out

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discrete functions

disconnected e.g. {(3, 4), (4, 5), (5,6)}

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continuous functions

connected e.g. y=x+1

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REVIEW

identify

Domain: given graph → [0, ∞); given list → {-6, 5, 10}

Range: (-∞, ∞) → {1}

Relation or Function?

Continuous or Discrete?

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composition

exists if the range of g(x) is a subset of the domain of f(x)

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inverse function

a function has an inverse if it satisfies the horizontal pencil test

f(a)=b if and only if f^-1(b)=a

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REVIEW for 2-1, 7-7, 7-8

Evaluate a function

Graph a relation

Find values of functions

Find inverse and composition of functions

VOCAB: domain, range, vertical line test

Discrete vs. continuous, domain vs. range, function vs. relation

Composing ordered pairs

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