Which relation is a function of x? A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 1, 2, 2, 3. Column 2 is labeled

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Which relation is a function of x? A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 1, 2, 2, 3. Column 2 is labeled y with entries 7, negative 9, 8, negative 4. A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 8, negative 8, 1, 1. Column 2 is labeled y with entries negative 9, 2, negative 9, 2. A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 5, negative 5, negative 5, negative 5. Column 2 is labeled y with entries 1, 7, negative 9, 2. A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 3, negative 2, 4, 7. Column 2 is labeled y with entries negative 1, 5, 0, negative 1.

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Eden 2 weeks 2021-09-10T07:40:33+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    2021-09-10T07:41:42+00:00

    Answer:

      Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 3, negative 2, 4, 7. Column 2 is labeled y with entries negative 1, 5, 0, negative 1

    Step-by-step explanation:

    When a value is repeated for an x-entry, the relation is not a function. The last choice describes a table with unique x values.

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    2021-09-10T07:42:09+00:00

    Answer:

    A 2-column table with 4 rows. Column 1 is labeled x with entries negative 3, negative 2, 4, 7. Column 2 is labeled y with entries negative 1, 5, 0, negative 1.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    D, the last one

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