The input means the problem and the output means the answer! [but not in math]
y. and x is the input.
If you use an input output table, domain is the input.
Count up or down
Efficiency = Output/Input.
for the function machine in probelm 7 what number was the input number for the output number 101
The rule of a function in math is what relates the input value to the output value. For example, if f(x) = x2, the "function rule" is to square the input value to get the output value.
its hard but i think you can look in a book and find out
A table in which you put in a number and out comes another number. Usually more than one groups of numbers. And almost ALWAYS follows a rule such as: Input x3=Output or Input -23= Output Input | Output 2 | 4 10 | 20 16 | 32 In this table you can see that the rule is Input x2 = Output Hope This helped!
Assuming by in you mean input and out you mean output. Input is the value that goes in while the output is the value you receive. Between these terms is a rule, called the nth term that will always work to help you find the input/output. For example. Our input is 2, and our output is 10 the rule here could be the input multiplied by 5 equals the output, or it can be something extremely difficult and unfathomable even to a banker...
By definition. If one input has more than one outputs then it is not a function.
The result of an input x of an equation; f(x)
No, I am not an output in math.
An input is a number that you plug into an equation in order to get the result of another number (output).
Not necessarily. All things that are subject to processes - even the human body - have inputs and outputs.
a function is just a rule which takes certain values as input values and asign to each input value exactly one output value (you must be wondering what the "F" is in input or an output value? Well, they are just a fancy name for "variables")(;
TEEN DEFINITION: Quite simply, a function is just a rule which takes certain values as input values and a sign to each input value exactly one output value (you must be wondering what the "F" is in input or an output value? Well, they are just a fancy name for "variables").
Independent variables are the input value of a function (usually x) and dependent variables are the output value of the function (usually y).
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Non negative output
The output is the result of the rule being used on the input. For example: Claire has 1 burger. She wants to know how many calories are in the sauce. Rule: y-200x. There are 200 calories in the sauce. The greater the number of burgers there are the greater number of calories.
not that I know of, no
No, the machine tells you the change and does the math for you.
Input means uh uh uh uh uh uh...... Idk
ask a doctor u might have math cancer lol