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determine whether this relation is a function, state its domain and range, is it continuous or discrete.
{(-3,0), (-1,1), (0,1), (4,5), (0,6)}

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  1. if any two pairs have the same 1st element, it is not a function
    domain is the set of 1st elements, range, of the 2nd
    continuous if defined over an interval, otherwise discrete.

    so, whaddaya think?

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  2. is a function?

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  3. No. two pairs start with zero.
    f(0) cannot be both 1 and 6.
    stop guessing.

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  4. how do i get the domain and range

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  5. 1st step - read what I wrote above.
    I assume you can tell which number in each pair is the 1st or 2nd.
    Take a look at your text - I'm sure it explains it
    try google "relation domain" or something

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