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Determining if a Relation is a Function

Determining if a Relation is a Function 1.4 - Solution

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To find the -coordinate of a point, we move vertically until we hit the -axis. Similarly, to find the -coordinate, we move horizontally until we hit the -axis. Let's determine the - and -values of the point in the first quadrant.

We see that this point has coordinates We'll follow the same process for the other points, moving vertically until hitting the -axis and moving horizontally until hitting the -axis.

Now, let's list the points above as ordered pairs.