Does the table represent a function? Why or why not?
A. No, because one x-value corresponds to two different y-values.
O B. Yes, because every xvalue corresponds to exactly one y value.
O C. No, because two of the y-values are the same.
O D. Yes, because there is the same number of x-values as y-values.
Let's put the chart into ordered pairs:
In bold, we see that there are two y-values at x=3. This means that this relation fails the vertical line test (two points on the same verticle line). This is not a function.
The answer options may be mis-written.
The answer is no, because one x value corresponds to more than one y-value.
(2) When , you have .
(3) When , you have .
(4) The law of sines says that
(5) The law of cosines says that
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just look it up online im sure u will find the answer
lol they said it was -6 on the post
This set of ordered pairs DOES represent a function.
yes, because every x value corresponds to exactly one y value
** a function cannot have repeating x values, they all have to be different. A function can have repeating y valuesjust not the x ones
The answer is A; every x-value must correspond to ONE y-value only. y-values can correspond with as many x-values as they want, but if you see an x-value corresponding with more than one y-value, that's not a function.