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Precalc0101to0102-page9 - (Section 1.1 Functions 1.1.8 PART...

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(Section 1.1: Functions) 1.1.8 PART F: REPRESENTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS Ways to Represent a Function Rule • The domain of the function could be the implied domain (see Part G). In Parts B and C, we determined the domain from a set of ordered pairs or an arrow diagram. • For our examples in 1) through 8), we will let f be our squaring function from Example 8, with Dom f () = ± . A function rule can be represented by … 1) a defining formula
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