GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS

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•In mathematics, the graph of a function f is the collection of all ordered pairs (x, f(x)).• Informally, if x is a real number and f is a real function, graph may mean the graphical representation of this collection, in the form of a line chart: a curve

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ALGEBRAGRAPHS OF FUNCTIONSIn mathematics, the graph of a function f is the collection of all ordered pairs (x, f(x)).Informally, if x is a real number and f is a real function, graph may mean the graphical representation of this collection, in the form of a line chart: a curve on a Cartesian planeRELATIONIt is a set of ordered pairs.The Domain of a relation is the set of first coordinates.The Range is the second coordinates.FUNCTIONIs a relation in which each element of the Domain corresponds to exactly one element of the Range.VERTICAL LINE TESTA graph represents a function if a

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