Q: How will you know a function when you see one?

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U can see if there is and input that can go into two outputs if there is it's not a function if there is and imput that only goes in to one output it's is a function

A linear function has and x and a y and neither one is raised to a power other than 1.

One way is to try the vertical line test on a graph!

You need to know the domain in order to find the range.

One to one functions on a graph can vary. To determine if a function is one to one, a horizontal line can only intersect the function once. If it intersects the function more than once, it is not a one to one function.

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The basic function of eye is to see the thing around us.

to see or to view one's image

i one to know more about housekeeping

By definition. If one input has more than one outputs then it is not a function.

U can see if there is and input that can go into two outputs if there is it's not a function if there is and imput that only goes in to one output it's is a function

I think the song you are referring to may be "I Know a Heartache When I See One" by Jennifer Warnes.

The IF function. See the related question below.

isdigit is an example (see in ctype.h)

The IF function is a conditional function. See the related question below.

A differentiable function, possibly - to distinguish it from one whose graph is a kinked curve.

The main way that a graph can be defined as a function is if it passes the vertical line test; this means that each individual x must correspond to one specific value of y. In the situation you mentioned, we don't know if the graph in question really is a function, because we only see the point at y; we don't know if the graph loops around on itself and fails the vertical line test at any other point.

It really has no function. Since it can rupture when you do ordinary everyday things and you spend the major part of your life without it, we know it's not for protection. If unbroken some see it as a sign that the girl has not been penetrated but that is not a function nature would bother with.