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If you switch the domain and range of any function, will the resulting relation always be a function? Explain your answer with examples.

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    Draw an ellipse . Switch axis. Is the new one a function?

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    no
    example
    y = x^2 is a function
    x = y^2 is not

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    what new one? and i don't know how to draw(graph?) an ellipse... oh and thank you Reiny.

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