Set of numbers that make up the first number of each ordered pair, or the set of x values
Set of numbers that make up the second number of each ordered pairs, or the set of x values
A relation where each member of the domain is paired with exactly one member of the range
A function in which no two ordered pairs have the same y coordinate, so that the inverse of the function is also a function
Type of line used to test if a relation is a function--if the line touches the graph in more than one place, the relation is not a function
Type of line used to test if the inverse of a function is a function--if the line touches the graph in more than one place, the inverse is not a function
Definition
Math term
A set of ordered pairs where the x and y coordinates have been interchanged
Recurring theme in this unit--something we aim to do a lot of the time (Mr. Nardocci keeps repeating this in class)
To determine the natural domain of a function when one is not given, one must exclude all x values that produce an imaginary y value. True or False
To determine the natural domain of a function when one is not given, one must only consider x value that make the denominator equal to zero. True or False
Mathematic property that does not hold true for the composition of function
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