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Watch a Video On How to Determine if a Relation is a Function
 
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John Zimmerman http://www.tabletclass.com shows students how to determine if a relation is a function. John explains the concepts behind mapping a relation and the vertical line test. The video is a must for algebra 1 and algebra 2 students.
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Functions- How to tell if a relation is a function
 
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1st quarter project for Barnes-Griffith AFM- Daniel Johnson, 2nd period, 1st semester
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Determining Whether a Relation is a Function (C4V2)
 
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Using tables, mapping diagrams, and ordered pairs to determine whether a relation is a function.
Determine the domain, range and if a relation is a function
 
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Learn how to determine whether relations such as equations, graphs, ordered pairs, mapping and tables represent a function. A function is defined as a rule which assigns an input to a unique output. Hence, one major requirement of a function is that the function yeilds one and only one result. Thus, equations, graphs, ordered pairs, mappings or tables where any of the input has more than one output does not meet the requirement of a function and hence is not a function. Our process will vary for each type of information given but the idea is the same. Does each input value map, relate, output to one unique y, output value. #functions #domainandrange
Views: 197 Brian McLogan
Determine if a Relation is a Function
 
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Determine if a Relation is a Function or not
 
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Determine if a Relation is a Function or not
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Determine domain and range and if a relation is a function
 
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Learn how to determine the domain and range of a function from a set of points. The domain of a function is the set of all x-values and the range of a function is the set of all y-values. Therefore with coordinate points the x values are the first number and the y-values are the second number. The set of the x values is the domain and the set of the y-values is the range. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/Mrbrianmclogan?sub_confirmat... Website: http://www.freemathvideos.com Learn from Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/user/brianmclogan2/ Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freemathvideos/ Twitter https://twitter.com/mrbrianmclogan
Views: 2792 Brian McLogan
Finding Domain and Range of a Relation or Function
 
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How to find the domain and range of a function and a relation given a graph.
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Determine whether a relation is a function
 
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Learn how to determine whether a relation is a function.
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How To Find The Domain of a Function - Radicals, Fractions & Square Roots - Interval Notation
 
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This algebra video tutorial explains how to find the domain of a function that contains radicals, fractions, and square roots in the denominator using interval notation. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems and is useful for students in algebra and precalculus. Access to Premium Videos: https://www.patreon.com/MathScienceTutor https://www.facebook.com/MathScienceTutoring/ Algebra Video Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBCAv_NzzPQ&t=25s&index=1&list=PL0o_zxa4K1BWKL_6lYRmEaXY6OgZWGE8G Epic Music Mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeljbZhx9bY Top 30 Excel 2016 Tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMad9_-4rOU Functions and Graphs Practice Test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miTyZbwWCVU Transformations of Functions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw6UQPdjCtQ
How to tell if a relation is a function
 
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Create a function f consisting of 5 distinct ordered pairs. What is the domain of your function? What is the range of your function? Create 1 more ordered pair that would make your relation NOT a function. Explain why it is no longer a function.
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relation vs. function
 
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Relation and Function: How to Find Inverse of a Function #1
 
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Relation and Function: How to Find Inverse of a Function #1 Class 12 CBSE NCERT Solutions. What is function . it is applicable to one - one function. to find inverse there are steps which are explained with examples. ► Hey, Subscribe to Channel ► ► ► 1 LIKE = Your Success :) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ► Facebook Group ; https://goo.gl/oT8KDs ► Facebook Page : https://goo.gl/fMK4w8 ► Whatsapp : 91 - 95 79 750 256 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ヅ ヅ ヅ Thank you For Visiting on Mandhan Academy Ref. Book Improve your Maths with Tricks and Basics: :MY Affiliate - http://amzn.to/2o2M8Jb Do watch ヅ Videos at ur own pace and Do Share. ►► VEDIC Maths Shortcut and TRICKS: ( Secret Maths Tricks ) : https://goo.gl/TNv2Ld ► HOW To Wake Up Early [ Tips and Scientific Methods ] : https://goo.gl/iy02Vt ►► Permutation And Combination ( Tricks and Concepts ) : https://goo.gl/yR0d9O ► ►►Class 12 Integration Tricks And Formulas (Memorization Trick) : https://goo.gl/z8gB0h ►► Inverse of A 3x3 Matirx (in 30 SECONDS : Shortcut) : https://goo.gl/MYYXlm ► Matrices Multiplication (Easy Method) : https://goo.gl/AGSxZZ ► ►Determinant of a 3X3 in just 5 sec.(Shortcut) Sarrus Rule : https://goo.gl/u0nkCO ►►► Matrix 3x3 in 30 sec. { Fast trick in English} : https://goo.gl/Rq0OGj ► ► Usain BOLT Biography in Hindi [Fastest MAN of Earth] : https://goo.gl/9JTUld ► Integration By Parts LIATE : LIATE : UV Rule (JEE Main) : https://goo.gl/HBv9nb ► ►Class 12 –Matrices ; Inverse of a 3x3 Matrix : https://goo.gl/2jvXPW ► Class 10 [ Quadratic Equation ] - 5 methods for Factorisation : https://goo.gl/qCrhs6 ► ►Differentiation Formulas [Memorization Trick] in just 2min. : https://goo.gl/P5c6Ot ► Class 9 NCERT (Math) - Number System - Rationalisation : https://goo.gl/s65wkp ►► Calculus Formulas [Memorization] Tricks in Hindi & English : https://goo.gl/nFFJ4Z
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Finding the inverse of a function
 
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Learn how to find the inverse of a linear function. A linear function is a function whose highest exponent in the variable(s) is 1. The inverse of a function is a function which reverses the "effect" of the original function. One important property of the inverse of a function is that when the inverse of a function is made the argument (input) of a function, the result is x. Given a function, say f(x), to find the inverse of the function, we first change f(x) to y. Next, we change all x to y and y to x. and then we solve for y. The obtained solution for y is the inverse of the original function. #functions #inverseoffunctions Series Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0G-Nd0V5ZMqYo1t0Vlxd9wGfNsoRgPPg
Views: 261182 Brian McLogan
Relation and Function
 
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Algebra Basics: What Are Functions? - Math Antics
 
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Determining if a Relation is a Function and Finding the Domain and Range
 
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Determining if a relation is a function and finding the domain and range.
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How to Determine if a Relation is a Function | Function Notation
 
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In this Algebra 1 level math video tutorial, I define a relation as a set of ordered pairs and a function as a relation with one to one correspondence. I model how to determine if a relation is a function with two different methods: using a mapping and the vertical line test. Lastly, I discuss how to work with function notation. It is defined as replacing y in an equation that is a function.
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How to determine if a relation is a function
 
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Let R be a relation that takes in a birthdate and outputs a person born on that date (i.e. if March 29th is the input, the output is someone born on that date). Is this relation a function? Explain.
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Function vs Relation
 
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I introduce the concepts of Function and Domain. I compare and contrast them with coordinates, graphs, and equations through many examples. EXAMPLES at 5:14 11:02 16:05 18:12 21:33 23:05 Check out http://www.ProfRobBob.com, there you will find my lessons organized by class/subject and then by topics within each class. Find free review test, useful notes and more at http://www.mathplane.com
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How to Prove a Relation as a Function
 
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Learn to Prove a Relation as a Function - Learn Relations and Functions in Mathematics
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Finding the Domain and Range of Functions and Relations
 
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http://www.gdawgenterprises.com This video shows how to determine the domain and range of functions and relations. It has a way to help to remember by association domain and range. It goes over 5 different notations for domain and range, verbal, a number line graph, inequality, set notation, and interval notation. After analyzing three example problems, there are four multiple choice problems at the end of the video.
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Determine if a Relation is a Function
 
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This video cover determining if a relation is a function.
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Determining Whether a Relation is a Function
 
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How to determine whether a relation is a Function.
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Determine if a Relation is a Function
 
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Determine if a Relation is a Function
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✪ Is a Relation a Function or Not? | 8th Grade Math
 
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Join us on this flipped math lesson for CCLS 8.F.A.1 where we work through a problem that was inspired by a released common core exam item where we explain why or why not a given relation represents a function. This lesson answers the question: What is a function? What is a relation? Is a relation a function? How do I know if a table of values represents a function? Our lessons are perfect for flipped classroom math teachers and students and for warm-up and exit ticket activities . This lesson is aligned with the 8th grade common core math learning standards for math and the SAT math curriculum as well. Be sure to join our mailing list at http://www.mashupmath.com
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Relations & Functions
 
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Section 2.1 - You will learn to determine whether a relation is a function and to identify the domain and range of a relation.
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ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ Quadratic Functions - Explained, Simplified and Made Easy
 
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Quickly master how to find characteristics of quadratic functions. Watch more lessons like this and try our practice at https://www.studypug.com/algebra-help/quadratic-functions/characteristics-of-quadratic-functions Three properties that are universal to all quadratic functions: 1) The graph of a quadratic function is always a parabola that either opens upward or downward (end behavior); 2) The domain of a quadratic function is all real numbers; and 3) The vertex is the lowest point when the parabola opens upwards; while the vertex is the highest point when the parabola opens downward. Let's learn some vocabulary for quadratic functions. First, vertex. What is a vertex of a quadratic function? Well, the word vertex means peak. So the vertex of a quadratic function is the peak point on a parabola. Which means for a parabola opening down, the vertex is the highest point. Now for a parabola opening up, the vertex is the lowest point. So in this case, we have a parabola opening up, so the vertex is the lowest point, right here. Sitting at x equals 1, y equals negative 9. So the vertex is at 1 and negative 9. Next, axis of symmetry. The axis of symmetry of a quadratic function, is a vertical line that divides the parabola into two equal halves, like this. And the axis of symmetry must always pass through the vertex. The symmetry behavior can be best understood when we fold the parabola in half along the axis of symmetry. Then the right half of the parabola will completely overlap the left half of the parabola. Can you see that? Let me show you. Here we have a parabola, just like this one, and the axis of symmetry runs down the middle of a the parabola. Now, I'm going to fold the graph along the axis of symmetry. Can you see that? The two halves of the parabola completely overlap each other. Yeah? Cool. Now let's determine the equation of the axis of symmetry. For a vertical line that passes through x equals 1, the equation of the line is simply x equals 1. Because for every point on this vertical line, the x coordinate is always 1. So in this case, the equation of the axis of symmetry is x equals 1. Next, y intercept. The y intercept is the point where the parabola intersects the y axis. So in this case, that's right here and the y intercept is negative 8. Next, x intercepts. The x intercepts are the points where the parabola intersects the x axis. So in this case, the parabola intersects the x axis at two points. One at x equals negative 2 another one at x equals 4. Next, domain. By definition, domain is the set of x values for which a function is defined. So as we can see, a parabola is defined for all x values. Let me show you. This point, the x value is positive 1. This point x value is positive 2. This point x value is positive 3. This point x value is positive 4, and this point x value is positive 5. So a parabola is defined for all positive integers for x. Now if you take any points in between, now see, these points the x values are positive decimal numbers, right? Yeah. So a parabola can take on any positive values for x, whether they are integers or whether they are decimal numbers. Parabola can take on any positive numbers for x. Now, guess what? Parabola can also take on any negative values for x. For example, this point x value is negative 1. This point x value is negative 2. This point x value is negative 3. You see, negative integers. Now, for any point in between them, for any points between the negative integers, this point the x values are all negative decimal numbers. So in conclusion, parabola can take on any positive values for x. Parabola can also take on any negative values for x and parabola can even take on zero for x. That would be this point, for the y intercept, the x value is zero, right? So therefore, the domain for a quadratic function is all real numbers. And we write a mathematical notation like this, x is all real numbers. Watch more step by step examples at https://www.studypug.com === Follow us YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/c/StudyPug?sub_confirmation=1 GOOGLE+ https://plus.google.com/+StudyPug FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/StudyPug TWITTER https://twitter.com/StudyPug
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Basic Linear Functions - Math Antics
 
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Relations and Functions
 
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This tutorial discusses the difference between relations and functions. Example include their differences and similarities and how to state the domain and range for relations and functions. Mapping diagram, lists of ordered pairs and graph are used to illustrate determining domain and range. This tutorial was written for the Functions (MCR3U) course in the province of Ontario, Canada.
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Determining the Domain and Range of a Function
 
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This tutorial discusses finding the domain and range for functions (and relations). Examples include mapping diagrams, graphs with several points, linear, quadratic, square root and reciprocal functions (and the graph of an ellipse). This tutorial was written for the Functions (MCR3U) course in the province of Ontario, Canada.
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Relations and Functions
 
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This is a video lesson about the first topic of MATH IV. This was considered as our project in Math.
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Relations and Functions
 
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An introduction to relations and a specific type of relation called a function. Here we see several different examples of how to determine if a relation is a function
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Determining if a Relation is a Function
 
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Some basic function definitions and how to determine if a relation is a function from ordered pairs, given an equation, or given a graph.
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Relations and Functions/Writing a Function
 
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Find a local tutor in you area now! Get homework help now! FREE online Tutoring on Thursday nights! All FREE @ http://textbooktactics.com Click show more for Video Description: Expressing relations as Ordered Pairs, in Tables, in Mapping Diagrams, and on Graphs, Determining Domain and Range, and then determining if a relation is a Function, Writing Equations of relations. Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables, Writing relations in function notation and evaluating functions. If you enjoy this video, Please follow us on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter! Check out our Website for more Video's Check us out @ http://textbooktactics.com - FREE SITE! Get help now! Just sign up to get started! Subscribe to Textbook Tactics YouTube Channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=textbooktactics Stay connected with Textbook Tactics on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Textbook-Tactics/319463674769431 Follow Textbook Tactics on Twitter
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Functions, Relations, Domain And Range
 
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What is a function? What distinguishes it from a relation? http://www.mathwarehouse.com/algebra/relation/math-function.php Lesson explained in terms of domain, range and arrow charts.
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relations and functions  domain range vertical line test Algebra 2 graphs relations olpt
 
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For more cool math videos visit my site at mathgotserved.com or http://youtube.com/mathsgotserved In this clip we go over how to find the domain and range of relations and determine if the realation is a function or not.
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Determining Whether a RElation is a Function
 
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Determining Whether a RElation is a Function
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Ex 2:  Determine if the Graph of a Relation is a One-to-One Function
 
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This video explains how to use the vertical line test and the horizontal line test to determine if the graph of a relations is a one to one function. Site: http://mathispower4u.com Blog: http://mathispower4u.wordpress.com
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