The set of output values of a function or relation is the range
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.
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The range of a function is the set of all possible output values.
The co-domain or range.
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No, it is described as a relation.
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.
The domain is the possible values that can be input into the function and produce a real number output.
A relation is a mapping or pairing of input values with output values.
Domain is what you can plug into the function (possible x values for y=f(x) type functions) and range is the possible values you can get out (possible y values).
It is called the range of 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 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 domain of a function is the set of it's possible x values that will make the function work and output y values. In this case, it would be all the real numbers.
The relationship between two variables is called a relation. A relation in which a set of input values maps onto a set of output values such that each input corresponds to at most one output is called a "function." Functions do not necessarily have to be lines; they do not even have to be exponential, or parabolic, or continuous. A bunch of scattered points or lines that meets the requirements can still be considered a function involving two variables.
This is true. If a given input value yields four output values that relationship can be best described as a relation.
All the output values of a function are collectively called the "range" of that function. For example, consider the function x2. Any number squared will give a positive. Thus, the "range" of the function is positive numbers.
That set is called the ranger of the function.
Yes! Using output parameters. A return statement can be used for returning only one value from a function. However, using output parameters, you can return two values from a function.
"Domain" means for what numbers the function is defined (the "input" to the function). For example, "x + 3" is defined for any value of "x", whereas "square root of x" is defined for non-negative "x". "Range" refers to the corresponding values calculated by the function - the "output" of the function. If you write a function as y = (some function of x), for example y = square root of x, then the domain is all possible values that "x" can have, whereas the range is all the possible values that "y" can have.