algebra 2
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This is a critical question..
Why does y=3 represent a function,but x=3 does not...

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what??

could someone please answer this that knows what their doing...im having trouble in Algebra...i don't need someone to tell me something wrong!!!!!!

because x=3 is not a function because it does not pass the vertical line test...;hope it helped!

because x is an input not an output and is not a function. Thanks hoped it helped.
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