Andrew L. answered • 05/26/15

Educating, One Mind at a Time!

So what is a domain:

--The domain is the set of all x values. If we recall from all the way back in the day, ordered pairs are written as (x,y). Looking at all the first numbers, the domain is:

## -4,12,-2,9,5

How about the range:

--A range is defined as the set of y values that satisfy the relationship. This is represented by the second numbers in the ordered pair:

## 7,1,-6,-1,-3

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