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Domain. and. Range. Domain: In a set of ordered pairs, (x, y), the domain is the set of all x-coordinates. Range: In a set of ordered pairs, (x, y), the range is the set of all y-coordinates. {2,-1,0}. Domain:. Range:. {3,0,-5,-3}.

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**Domain**and Range**Domain: In a set of ordered pairs, (x, y), the domain is the**set of all x-coordinates. Range: In a set of ordered pairs, (x, y), the range is the set of all y-coordinates.**{2,-1,0}**Domain: Range: {3,0,-5,-3} The set of ordered pairs may be a limited number of points. Given the following set of ordered pairs, find the domain and range. Ex:{(2,3),(-1,0),(2,-5),(0,-3)} If a number occurs more than once, you do not need to list it more than one time.**The set of ordered pairs may be an infinite number of**points, described by a graph. Given the following graph, find the domain and range.**Domain:{all real numbers}**Range:{y:y≥0}**Example:**{x: x≥5} Domain: Range: {y: y≥0} The set of ordered pairs may be an infinite number of points, described by an algebraic expression. Given the following function, find the domain and range.**Practice: Find the domain and range of the following sets**of ordered pairs. 1. {(3,7),(-3,7),(7,-2),(-8,-5),(0,-1)} Domain:{3,-3,7,-8,0} Range:{7,-2,-5,-1}**Domain={x:x**} 2. Range:{all reals}**3.**Domain={all reals} Range:{y:y≥-4} 4. Domain={x:x≠0} Range:{y:y≠0}**Domain={x: -2≤x≤2}**Range:{y: -2≤y≤2} 6. Domain={all reals} Range:{all reals} Note: This is NOT a Function! 5.

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