The Range is the set of all possible output values of a function or relation.
That set is called the ranger of the function.
The set of output values of a function or relation is the range
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Collection of all output values is called the range.
It is called the range of the function.
A relation doesn't have an "output value", in the sense that a function does. A set of values is either part of the relation, or it isn't.
The domain is the set of all input values, the range is the set of all output values. It is not possible to be more specific when you have not included any details of the functions.
The domain is the set of values of the input while the range is the set of output values.
It is known as the codomain, although the term range is also used.
It is the codomain, often called the range.
The domain of a function is the set of values for which the function is defined.The range is the set of possible results which you can get for the function.
Range: The range is the set of all possible output values (usually y), which result from using the function formula. Domain: The domain of a function is the set of all possible input values (usually x), which allows the function formula to work.
The co-domain or range.
The range of a function is the set of all of the possible values that it can take on as an output value. You find the range by inspecting the function and seeing first what the domain is, and then what the range would be for that domain. The domain, then, is the set of all of the possible values that it can take on as an input value.
The range of a function is the set of all possible output values.
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The range of a function (or equation) is the set of all Y values it reaches. For example, Y = X+2 would reach all real values of Y over the course of all X values. However, Y = X2 would have a range of Y greater than or equal to 0 because no matter what value of X is put in, Y will never be negative. MORE ANSWER...Equations are input and output. Your input value is x, the output value is y. All allowd values of x create an output in y. The x inputs are the "domain values", the y outputs, as a result of x are the "range" values.