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Is the set of points on a circle a function? Explain why or why not.

Not a function

Algebra

Chapter 4

RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS

Section 9

Circles

An Introduction to Geometry

Functions

Linear Functions

Polynomials

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all right is a circle of function. Well, if we think about I'm a circle on the court and plain just in General Fern, given x input, there are two possible, um, whole puts. So if you learned about the vertical line, testes fails the vertical line test. Because the definitional function is for every input, there is exactly one output. And in this visual, there are two. So the circle is not, ah, function.

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