Algebra

1.Identify the domain and range of the following relation.
{(3,7),(3,8),(3,-2),(3,4),(3,1)}
A.Domain:{3}
Range:{-2,1,4,7,8}****
B.Domain:{-2,1,4,7,8}
Range:{3}
C.Domain:{all real numbers}
Range:{all real numbers}
D.Domain:O/
Range:O/

2.Determain whether the following relation is a function.
{(3,7),(3,8),(3,-2),(3,4),(3,1)}
A.It is a function because the order pairs all have the same x-value.***
B.It is NOT a function because there are multiple y-values paired with a single x-value.
C.It is a function because none of the ordered pairs have the same y-value.
D.It is NOT a function because none of the ordered pairs have the same y-value

am I correct? if not please tell me how and the correct answer

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  1. nope. B
    better review functions.

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  2. which one is B?? #2?

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  3. Just do your own work dude.

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  4. @Alpha-Cure-Mom go away! This site is here to help people with homework help! Jeez!

    The answer to 1. A. The answer to 2. B I will be back with the rest of the answers!

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  5. 1. A
    2. B
    3. C + D
    4. B
    5. A
    6. D
    7. B
    8. C
    9. A + D
    10. C
    11. D
    12. C
    13. B
    14. B

    I originally got 11/16 but these are the correct answers to Formalizing Relations and Functions Practice Unit 5: Lesson 6

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  6. these are right ^^

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  7. Mac N is right!! Thanks you!

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  8. They are right but why do your answers go to 14 there are only 12 questions on my test here?

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  9. @Thx100% every school is different

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  10. ya I got 16/16 on mines but it only goes up to 14 ??????

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  11. thanks for that mac and πŸ§€!!! there are 16 points bc of the 2 questions with double answers :))

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  12. are u in honers thx 100%?

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  13. It is not right don’t trust mac

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  14. Mac N answer for Connexus are correct for Formalizing Relations and Functions Practice.

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  15. Thanks Mac n πŸ§€

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  16. FOR CONNECTIONS 8TH GRADE THE ANSWERS ARE
    A
    B
    A
    D
    C
    D
    C TRUST ME

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  17. Thats weird because my practice only had 7 questions and theres not an option to pick two answers on any of the questions

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  18. Goatedanswers is correct and if your in connexus unit 1 lesson 7 Formalizing Relations and Functions there is only 7 answers and goatedanswers is right you can believe me or not but if you want a 7/7 you should go with his (or her) answers.
    1.A
    2.B
    3.A
    4.D
    5.C
    6.D
    7.C
    like i said believe me or not it's up to you.

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  19. Fired goatedanswers was right

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  20. anyone got answers for the QuickCheck here

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  21. thx mac n

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  22. Mack n cheez is right I didn't trust them for the second question so I got it wrong

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  23. Thanks @Mac N πŸ§€ I got 100%

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  24. Thanks Mac n cheese still right in October 2021!

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  25. Thank you so much! These are all correct!

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  26. Mac is still correct as of November 18th 2021

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  27. Mac is still correct as 11/29/21.

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