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# Can a function have a negative 1 output?

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Yes. If you have a function that squares a number, the output will be the same for both positive and negative input of the number. e.g. 22 = (-2)2 Or if you use a boolean: If test &gt; 0 return True test can be equal to 1 or 2 or anything else

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The output of the function would depend on the specific function itself. Without knowing the function, it is not possible to determine the output.

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A __________ function takes the exponential function's output and returns the exponential function's input.

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### Which logic function requires both inputs to be a in order to output a 1?

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