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6th Edition

Stewart + 5 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780840068071

Chapter 2.1, Problem 2E

To determine

The term which is used for set of all possible inputs and all possible outputs for a function *f*.

Expert Solution

The set of all possible inputs for a function *f* is called Domain of *f* and the set of all possible outputs for a function *f* is called Range of *f*.

A function *f* is a rule that assigns to each element *x* in set *A* exactly one element called
*B*. In other words a function is a relationship between the set of inputs and outputs, where each input is related to exactly one output.

The set of all possible inputs *A* is called Domain of *f*.

The set of all possible outputs *B* is called Range of *f*.

Thus, the set of all possible inputs for a function *f* is called Domain of *f* and the set of all possible outputs for a function *f* is called Range of *f*.