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Course: MATH 1513, Fall 2011
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1.2 Functions Section and Graphs A function is a correspondence or relationship between two sets of variables. The first set of variables is the domain or independent variables. The second set is the range or dependent variables. The correspondence is such that each value of the independent variable corresponds to exactly one value of the dependent variable. Independent variables Domain xs Dependent variables...

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