Q: An variable provides the input values of a function?

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Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.

The Input or X values are called the Domain.

You cannot.

The domain of the function means, for what values of the independent variable (input value) (or variables) is the function defined. If you have an equation of the type:y = f(x) ("y" somehow depends on "x") then the domain is all the values that "x" can take.

The abscissa is the independent variable (or input) to a function.

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Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.Suppose a function takes values of a variable, X, as its input, and that it converts it into an output value Y.Then the graph of the function, in the X-Y coordinate plane, is the set of all points (x, y) such that when you input the value x into the function, the output is y.

In scientific terms, a function is a relationship or mapping between input values (independent variable) and output values (dependent variable), where each input value is uniquely associated with one output value. Functions are fundamental in mathematics and are used to describe how one quantity depends on another.

No.

The Input or X values are called the Domain.

You cannot.

The domain of the function means, for what values of the independent variable (input value) (or variables) is the function defined. If you have an equation of the type:y = f(x) ("y" somehow depends on "x") then the domain is all the values that "x" can take.

Independent variable

The abscissa is the independent variable (or input) to a function.

No. A function takes in values of no, one, or more input variables, and returns no or one result. It cannot return more than one result. Do not confuse this with returning multiple results using call by reference parameters - this is not the same thing.

variables

The x-values in a set of points

They are called the arguments of the function.