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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} To express the set of given $(x,y)$ ordered pairs in a table of values, we'll list all of the $x$-values in one column and all of the $y$-values in another column.

$x$ | $y$ |
---|---|

$2$ | $1$ |

$2$ | $4$ |

$4$ | $3$ |

$6$ | $2$ |

$8$ | $1$ |

To graph an $(x,y)$ ordered pair, start by identifying the $x$- and $y$-coordinates on the axes. Then, trace along the grid lines to the point on which both coordinates lie. We'll do this for every ordered pair in the relation.

To show a relation of $(x,y)$ ordered pairs as a relation, list all of the unique $x$-values in one vertical list and all unique $y$-values in another vertical list. Then, use arrows to connect corresponding $x$- and $y$-values.

The domain of this relation is the set of all unique $x$-values and the range is the set of all unique $y$-values. $D:R: {2,4,6,8}{1,2,3,4} $