Chapter 2 Functions and Graphs

# 2.2 Functions and Mappings

A mapping transforms one set of numbers into a different set of numbers. The mapping can be described in words or through an algebraic equation. It can also be represented by a graph.

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A mapping transforms one set of numbers into a different set of numbers. The mapping can be described in words or through an algebraic equation. It can also be represented by a graph. You learn in this section about Types of Function, and functions and Mapping. Â

Understanding mappings and functions, and use domain and range

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