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Cut-off Name_____________________________ _______ Due Assignment Challenge Problem (on back) Read Pgs. 120-123 about Cramer’s Rule Attempt 4-3 #1,3 using Cramer’s Rule Solving second-order systems with determinants (120-123) 4-3 #5-13 odd (5 problems) Function notation/independent function word problem (126130) 4-4: #13-25odd, 29 (8 problems) Solving second order systems with augmented matrices (142144) 1-9 odd (5 problems) 3-variable linear systems/graphing traces (133-137) WS M (12 problems) Solving second order systems with augmented matrices (142144) WS N (5 problems) Solving 3-variable linear systems/graphing traces (133-137) Section 4-6: 1-9 odd (4 problems)

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Challenge Problem: Functions Answer the following questions neatly, on your own paper. Be sure answers are in complete ideas or complete sentences. (“Yes” is not complete.) Definition: A function is 1-1 (“one to one”) if each input has only one output and each output has only one input. Remember that with a function each input has only one output, but more than one input can share the same output. Not all functions can be written using mathematical expressions; some can only be described. Although we typically use the words “domain” and “range” with functions, we have also looked at the domain and range of relations (or “rules”) that are not functions. 1 G is the rule that assigns each person to his or her mother. (input is the person) a) Is G a function? Explain your answer. b) What is the domain of G? c) What is the range of G? d) If G is a function, is it a 1-to-1 function? Explain your answer. 2. H is the rule that assigns each person to his or her aunt. a) Is H a function? Explain your answer. b) What is the domain of H? c) What is the range of H? d) If H is a function, is it a 1-to-1 function? Explain your answer. 3. K is the rule that assigns each real number to the nearest prime number. For instance, K would assign the number 8 to the prime 7, or we could write K(8)=7. a) Is K a function? Explain your answer. b) What is the domain of K? c) What is the range of K? d) If K is a function, is it a 1-to-1 function? Explain your answer. 4. Your problem. a) Make up an example of a function that can only be described with words. (Make sure that your rule is a function.) b) What is the domain of your function? c) What is the range of your function? d) Is your function 1-to1? Explain your answer.

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