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In this clip we go over the definition of relation as an ordered pairs. We then considered four different ways that relaitons can be presented or formulated in namely, sets, tables, graphs and maps. The definition of a function examples and non examples are also included. We also go over the meaning of the domain and range of a relation. The vertical line test is used in determinig if the graphical formulation is in fact an ordered pair.
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