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Determining if a Relation is a Function

Determining if a Relation is a Function 1.13 - Solution

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a

The second quadrant is the part of the coordinate system where the -coordinates are negative and the -coordinates are positive. The point in question is, thus, in the upper left part of the coordinate system. The function value is -coordinate of that point.

Therefore, the function value for the point in the second quadrant, is

b

The fourth quadrant is the part of the coordinate system in where the -coordinates are positive and the -coordinates are negative. Therefore, the point is the one to the right. The -value can be found on the -axis.

The -value of the point in the fourth quadrant is