# Algebra

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Tell whether the equation is a function:
1) y = x-3 ;
2) y = -3/4x ;
3) x = -11 ;
4) x = 8 ;
5) y = 2(x+1)

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3 and 4 are not functions, as there is only one variable

In all the others, y is a function of x

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Thank you

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