2.1 - Functions and Relations

2.1 - Functions and Relations

Author: Kyle Webb

We often form associations between sets of information.  For example, we can form a relationship between month of birth and the names of the individuals in our class.  The associations form some type of rule of correspondence, and in mathematics, these rules are referred to as relations.    

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