There are six ordered pairs in S.
The domain of S is the set of first terms.
The range of S is the set of second terms.
I'll be flat out honest. I haven't had a math class in quite some time. And even then I did poorly in Algebra.
I'm helping out a friend with their math and this question left both of us stumped.
So, no, I'm not quite sure what a Set Notation is.
And so I was wondering if someone could guide me through it, step-by-step so I can keep it in my notes so I can do it myself next time.
Your answer for the domain is the set of integers {-5, -4, -3, 1, 4, 6}.
Your answer for the range is the set of integers {5, 1, -7, -4, -3, 2}.
(Note that the order of the elements of the sets are unimportant.)
That's why I was asking: you already had the answer.
-Dan
Haha, oh. Duh. *smacks head*
So the order of the sets are unimportant, huh?
Does that mean for the domain set of integers, I can start with one coordinate and start with a completely different coordinate for the range and have everything mixed up?
For example:
Domain: {-7, 2, -5, -3, 1 -4}
Range: {4, 6, -4, -5, -3}