Q: What is the different between function and relation in math?

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different ways in describing relation in math?

depends on the branch of math, and the math function/relation you are talking about

no

there is no relation......:P

Math needs space but space dont need math...kudos....

A relation is any set of ordered pairs.A function is a relation in which each first element corresponds to exactly one second element

To function means, "to work correctly or adequately". In math, a function is a relation between the domain and the codomain that associates each element in the domain with exactly one element in the codomain.

Eulers number Approx x^2.31

You need to put out effort in order to do well in math and in sports. Math is also used in score keeping in sports.

GetA is a math function and not a string function.

The relation, between two sets of objects, is a mapping which associates elements of the first set to those of the second set.

A relation is a set of ordered pairs

Math is simply short for Mathematics.

A relation is a mapping from one set to another. The two sets may be the same, or different. It is an association between elements (or members) of one set with those of the other set. Some mappings are functions but mappings need not be functions.

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add math is harder...but not particularly different in style. If you like math you'll like it more, if you don't like math this won't be any different.

It is different because modern math sometimes uses calculators and traditional math did not have calculators.I think that they used abacuses or other methods such as your fingers

what is the relation of economics to sociology

the interval between successive equal values of a periodic function.

the interval between successive equal values of a periodic function.

its different because our math is more understanding than theirs i think

Well, Algebra IS Math, it's just a different part of math. For example, addition and subtraction are math, but they're differents parts of math.

A formula or graph are two ways to describe a math function. How a math function is described depends on the domain of the function or the complexity of the function.

Functions are our way of expressing a relation between two sets, which is of fundamental importance to all of math. In fact, one could argue that there would be no math, only numbers, if there weren't any relations between the numbers.

Math is not local, it is universal. Your question is incoherent.