# SOLUTION: What are the domain and the range of each relation? Is the relation a function? C = {(1/2,5),( -3,7),(3/2,5),(1/2,-1)} E = {(40, 10), (-18, 27), (38, 10), (57, -15)}

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 Question 427272: What are the domain and the range of each relation? Is the relation a function? C = {(1/2,5),( -3,7),(3/2,5),(1/2,-1)} E = {(40, 10), (-18, 27), (38, 10), (57, -15)}Found 2 solutions by robertb, kenisha12:Answer by robertb(4012)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Domain of C = {1/2, -3, 3/2} Range of C = {-1, 5, 7} C is NOT a function. Domain of E = {40, -18, 38, 57} Range of E = {10, 27, -15} E is a function. Answer by kenisha12(1)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!domain of c={(1/2),(-3),(3/2),(1/2)} range of c={(5),(7),(5),(-1)} C is Not a function domain of E{(40),(-18),(38),(57)} RANGE OF E{(10),(27),(10),(),(-15)} E is a funtion