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Now, think of a set of domain and range from your own life. Write a paragraph
on whether you think your particular domain and range is or is not a
function and why. I need a life a example? is it a function?

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    how about your height at various ages?

    It will be a function because each age has only one height possible.

    domain will be all reals greater than 0 and less than some assumed maximum age.

    range will be all reals from 0 to your maximum height charted.

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