# SOLUTION: Draw a mapping for the relation {(1, 4), (-5, 0), (7, 4)} & THERES TWO CIRCLES SHOWING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLEASE HELP HAVE I NO IDEA HOW TO DO THIS!

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 Question 95319: Draw a mapping for the relation {(1, 4), (-5, 0), (7, 4)} & THERES TWO CIRCLES SHOWING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PLEASE HELP HAVE I NO IDEA HOW TO DO THIS! Answer by stanbon(60771)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Draw a mapping for the relation {(1, 4), (-5, 0), (7, 4)} & THERES TWO CIRCLES SHOWING. . . -------------------- Place the two circles so one is to the left of the other. Put the numbers 1,-5, and 7 in the left circle Put the numbers 4, and 0 in the right circle -------------------- Draw an arrow from 1 to 4 Draw an arrow from -5 to 0 Draw an arrow from 7 to 4 ------------------- That is the mapping you want. Cheers, Stan H.