Definitions. A real-valued function f of a real variable x from X to Y is a correspondence (rule) that assigns to each number x ? X exactly one number y in Y.The domain of f is the set X. The number y is the image of x under f and is denoted by f(x). The range of f is a subset of Y and consists o
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