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# Domain and Range

## Inputs (x values) and outputs (y values) of a function and interval notation.

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## Finding X-Values and the Domain of Functions - Overview

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## Relations - Overview

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## Finding X-Values and the Domain of Functions - Example 1

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Find x-values for which the function is zero
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## Finding X-Values and the Domain of Functions - Example 2

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Find x-values for which two functions are equal
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## Finding X-Values and the Domain of Functions - Example 3

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Find the domain of the function given an equation
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## Relations - Example 1

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Identifying the Domain Given a Set of Ordered Pairs
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## Relations - Example 2

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Identifying the Range Given a Set of Ordered Pairs
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## Relations - Example 3

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Representing the Relation Using a Graph
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## Relations - Example 4

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Representing the Relation Using a Mapping Diagram
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