Relation and function

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- Q1What is a relation in mathematics?A rule that assigns one value to anotherA set of real numbersA set of ordered pairsA set of natural numbers30s
- Q2What is a function in mathematics?A relation where each input maps to exactly one outputA relation where each input maps to multiple outputsA relation where outputs are not necessaryA relation with no inputs30s
- Q3What is the domain of a function?The set of all integersThe set of all possible input-output pairs for the functionThe set of all possible input values for the functionThe set of all possible output values for the function30s
- Q4What is the range of a function?The set of all natural numbersThe set of all possible input values for the functionThe set of all possible input-output pairs for the functionThe set of all possible output values for the function30s
- Q5What is a one-to-one function?A function where each output has multiple inputsA function where each input has a unique output and each output has a unique inputA function where the domain and range are the sameA function where each input has multiple outputs30s
- Q6What is the difference between a relation and a function?A function is a special type of relation in which each input has a unique outputA function is a subset of a relationA relation can have multiple outputs for a single input, while a function cannotA relation is a subset of a function30s
- Q7What is the definition of a relation?A rule that assigns one value to anotherA set of ordered pairsA set of real numbersA set of natural numbers30s
- Q8What is the definition of a function?A relation where each input maps to exactly one outputA relation where outputs are not necessaryA relation where each input maps to multiple outputsA relation with no inputs30s
- Q9What is the difference between the domain and the codomain of a function?The domain is the set of inputs that the function can accept, while the codomain is the set of all possible outputs.The domain and the codomain are the same sets in a function.The domain is the set of outputs that the function can produce, while the codomain is the set of all possible inputs.The domain is the set of input-output pairs, while the codomain is the set of all possible inputs.30s