Tables and formula to describe how the values of one quantity

Tables and formula to describe how the values of one quantity

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Module 3 Notes Tables and formula to describe how the values of one quantity, commonly known as the input quantity is related to another quantity, commonly know as the output quantity . The mathematical term function is used to describe the process that accepts inputs and produces outputs so that each input is assigned to a unique output value. This type of relationship is called a function . Function: A function consists of three parts: 1) a set of input values; 2) a set of output values; and 3) a rule by which each input value is assigned to a unique output value. The set of input values is called the domain of the function and the set of output values is called the range of the function. To determine the domain of a function it’s convenient to ask, are there any restrictions to the values that can be input into the function? In the case of the map problem, the only restriction is that it doesn’t make sense for the number of inches on a map to be negative. So, we say that the domain of
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