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# Exam

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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or.urswers the question.

## Give the domain and range of the relation.

1) {(11, -3), (-2, -7), (-5, -6), (-5, 6)l 1) {-
A) domain = 171, -2, -5, 5); range = l-3, -7, -6,61
,-B)-{omain - l-3, -7, -6, 6l; rarrge = {1L, -2, -51
\lQ.domain = l1'1., -2,-5); range = l-9, -7, -6, 6l
D) domain = l1'1.,-2,-5,-151; range = l-3,-7,-5,51

## Detennine whether the relation is a function.

2) l?9,21, F9,5), Q,7), (4, -t), (9,4)l 2)
A) Function B) Not a function

## 3) l(-5,5), (-6, -7), (-1,-5), (5,7), (9,1)l 3)

,zA)Not a function B) Function
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Detennine whether the equation defines y as a function of x.
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## domain: (-., -) -E)'domain: [Q 5] ;8f domanl2,5) D) domain: (--, -)

range: [Q 5] range: (--, *) range (--, *) rarrge:12,51

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## @-,,,r B) (-4.) C) (-3,3) D) (-3, -)

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