Q: What is the input of a function called?

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The Input or X values are called the Domain.

variables

A function that maps an input onto itself is called an identity function. In other words, the output of the function is the same as the input. The identity function is represented by the equation f(x) = x.

A function.

They are called the arguments of the function.

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The Input or X values are called the Domain.

variables

For a function, it is the domain.

A function.

A function that maps an input onto itself is called an identity function. In other words, the output of the function is the same as the input. The identity function is represented by the equation f(x) = x.

They are called the arguments of the function.

No, it is not. A function can only have one output per input. (If it has more than one, it is still maths, but it cannot be called a "function". It would probably be called an equation or a formula etc...).

it is called the Domain......

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

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the function of input is f(x).