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It could represent a point whose coordinates do satisfy the requirements of the function.

In the equation of a periodic motion it could represent the amplitude, frequency or phase.

It could represent an unknown variable in an expression or an equation.

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A=S2... Where A = area, and S = length of one side.

Of course not! The solution to some equations could represent the area under a curve, or the volume of some shape, or the rate of change in something.

It could represent a point whose coordinates do satisfy the requirements of the function.

In the equation of a periodic motion it could represent the amplitude, frequency or phase.

It could represent an unknown variable in an expression or an equation.

Use the quadratic equation. If ax+bx+c=0 x=(-b±(b^2-4ac)^(1/2))/2a. You could also complete the square, factor,or graph the equation.

y0(x) could represent a function of x but usually y(0) represents the function y that is evaluated at x = 0 and so is no longer a function of x but a constant.

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In physics, f(0) typically represents the value of a function at a specific point, such as time t=0. This could be used to represent initial conditions or starting values in a physics equation or system.

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You cannot, necessarily. Given a graph of the tan function, you could not.

The letter V represents a function when drawn on a coordinate plane.