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Terminology
. Domain: set which holds the values to which we
apply the function
. Co-domain: set which holds the possible values
(results) of the function
. Range: set of actual values received when applying
the function to the values of the domain
Function
. A "total" function is a relationship between elements of the
domain and elements of the co-domain where each and
every element of the domain relates to one and only one
value in the co-domain
. A "partial" function does not need to map every element of
the domain.
. f: X fiY
- f is the function name
- X is the domain
- Y is the co-domain
- x?X y?Y f sends x to y
- f(x) = y f of x ; value of f at x ; image of x under f
Formal Definitions
. Range of f = {y?Y | $x ?X, f(x) = y}
- where X is the domain and Y is the co-domain
. Inverse image of y = {x ?X| f(x) = y}
- the set of things that map to y
. Arrow Diagrams
- Determining if they are functions using the
Arrow Diagram
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Teminology of Functions
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