Domain and Range from a Table of Values

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In this lesson, students will learn how to determine the domain and range from a table of values. The domain refers to the set of x values, while the range refers to the set of y values. By identifying the input values as the domain and the output values as the range, students can quickly and easily find both sets of values from a given table. This skill is useful in a variety of mathematical contexts, particularly when working with functions and relations.

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Determining the domain and range from a table of values

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  • In a Table of values what values would make up the domain and what values would make up the range?