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Chapter 3: Functions. The Definition ofa Function [3.1] Let A and B be non—empty sets. A functidn from set A to B is a tule of correspondence that assigns
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“00% I 3 w ‘ WI. ‘ Interval notation: _ I U (3) U )co _ it e— In \ t % 3 SC *4} ‘ * w??? The graph of a function [3.2) Definition: The graph of a function f in the Xy plane consists of all those points (x, y] such that x is in the domain, and y = _f[x) i '  How do you tell if a graph off rep sents a function? Vertical Line Test: A graph in the xy plane represents y as a function of X if. any vertical _‘ line intersects the graph in at most one point. Find if the following graphs represent a function. Justify your answer. Then find the
' ction. 3.2 The Graph of a Function In Exercises 5 and 6, use the vertical line rest to determine 4' Spam, the y_wordmate ofthe POIm P on [he wheiher each graph represents a ﬁmcrion of x.
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" \ U (h) Find F(2). ' ‘f 5 if) D i (c) Is F0) positive?
: (d) For which value of x is F(x) = “3? i ’ (e) Find F(2)—F(—2). 16. (2} Find 17(4).
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n . (d) For which value ofx is Rx) = 5?
“'2 ) (e) Find F(5) — F{—3). ' + «3:33.? E? $4 v_..d.......m.. .zjr ' q Piecewise defined function: Look at $171? graphs 5—14, pg 153154 n your text book. 3:0 ) 5:] ...
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