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1. State whether each set of ordered pair represent a function or not?

{(1, 9), (-4, –6), (-6, 5), (3, 8), (7, –16), (–10, 7)}

**Solution:**

Given Set of Ordered Pairs {(1, 9), (-4, –6), (-6, 5), (3, 8), (7, –16), (–10, 7)}

It is a function since any of the first components aren’t repeated and have unique images in the other set.

2. State whether each set of ordered pair represent a function or not?

{(-4, 3), (5, -7), (10, 5), (9, 6), (6, -3), (5, 8), (1, 3)}

**Solution:**

Given Set of Ordered Pairs {(-4, 3), (5, -7), (10, 5), (9, 6), (6, -3), (5, 8), (1, 3)}

It is not function since the first components are repeated.

3. State whether the following relation represents a function or not?

**Solution:**

The above arrow diagram represents a function since each element in the set is associated with one element in the other set. Thus it represents a function.

4. A function is given by f(x) = 3x+3. Find the values of

(a) f(1)

(b) f(0)

(c) f(-2)

**Solution:**

Given f(x) = 3x+3

To find f(1) substitute 1 in place of x in the given function

f(1) = 3*1+3 = 3+3 = 6

To find f(0) substitute 0 in place of x in the given function

f(0) = 3*0+3 = 0+3 = 3

To find f(-2) substitute -2 in place of x in the given function

f(-2) = 3*(-2)+3 = -6+3 = -3

5. Determine whether each set of ordered pairs on the graph represents a function or not?

**Solution:**

Ordered Pairs = {(-2, 6) (2, 3) (4, -12) (8, 6) (10, 15) (12, -6) (16, 9)}

The above graph represents a function since it has first components unique.

6. Determine whether the following Mapping Diagram represents a function or not?

**Solution:**

The above mapping diagram represents a function since each element in the set is mapped with only one element in the other set.

7. Which of the following represents mapping?

a) {(3, 2); (7, 3); (6, 5); (8, 7)}

b) {(4, 8); (5, 12); (4, 14)}

**Solution:**

a) {(3, 2); (7, 3); (6, 5); (8, 7)}

The Set of Ordered Pairs represent Mapping since all of them have unique images.

b) {(4, 8); (5, 12); (4, 14)}

Set of Ordered Pairs doesn’t represent Mapping Since doesn’t have unique images and the first components are repeated.

8. Determine whether the relationship given in the Mapping Diagram is a function or not?

**Solution:**

Since 4 is mapped with more than one element as output i.e. 0, 9 the relationship given in the above mapping diagram is not a function.

9. Draw Mapping Diagram for the Relation R = {(1, 7) (2, 8) (8, 3)}?

**Solution:**

Place all the domain values in the left column and write the range value in the right column and draw arrows between them indicating the relationship.