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1. Consider the relation where the inputs are temperatures, the correspondence is the temperature at noon in different towns in North Dakota, and the output is the set of towns in N.D.

a. Is this relation a function? Explain why or why not, and be sure to put your reasoning in the context of the situation.

No. This relation is not a function, because one input could have 2 or more different outputs,

b. Reverse the inputs and outputs. Is this relation a function? Explain.

Yes, it is a function, because you have one output for every input...

a. Is this relation a function? Explain why or why not, and be sure to put your reasoning in the context of the situation.

No. This relation is not a function, because one input could have 2 or more different outputs,

b. Reverse the inputs and outputs. Is this relation a function? Explain.

Yes, it is a function, because you have one output for every input...

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Rodent Population in a City: An Algebra Problem and its Solution

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Algebra

Mathematics

Rodent

Population

City

Malthusian

Model

Logarithmic

Equation

Exponential