By Chazelle B., Goodman J.E., Pollack R. (eds.)
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From the definition of function we see that two-variable data represent a function if to each value of the input variable there is exactly one value for the output variable. Since the output depends entirely on the input, we call the output variable the dependent variable and the input variable the independent variable. Dependent and Independent Variables 1. A variable y is a function of a variable x if each value of x (the input) corresponds to exactly one value of y (the output). In this case we simply say “y is a function of x” 2.
A) Make a table of values and sketch a graph of the equation. (b) Use the Vertical Line Test to see whether the equation defines y as a function of x. If so, put the equation in function form. 43. y = 2x 2 44. x = 2y 2 47. 3y 3 - x = 0 48. 5y = x 3 46. 1y + 32 2 = x 45. 1y - 2 2 2 = 2x 49–52 ■ A verbal description of a function is given. Find (a) algebraic, (b) numerical, and (c) graphical representations for the function. 49. ” 50. ” 51. The amount of sales tax charged in Lemon County on a purchase of x dollars.