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Domain: Set of all the first elements in ordered pairs of a given function.
Range: Set of all the second elements in ordered pairs of a given function.
Rational: A function whose domain could be determined by finding its restrictions.
Quadratic: A function whose range could be determined by the formula (4ac-b^2)/4a.
Linear: A function whose range is always the set of all real numbers.
Absolute Value: A function whose range is in the form of y≥d if a>0 and y≤d if a<0.
Radical: A function whose domain is domain is in the form of x>-b/a.
Five: The range of f(x)=5.
Undefined: The rational expression is _________ if the denominator is 0.
Quadratic: A function with degree 2.

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Across:

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A function whose range could be determined by the formula (4ac-b^2)/4a.

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A function with degree 2.

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A function whose range is always the set of all real numbers.

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A function whose range is in the form of y≥d if a>0 and y≤d if a<0.

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The rational expression is _________ if the denominator is 0.

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The range of f(x)=5.

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A function whose domain is domain is in the form of x>-b/a.

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Set of all the second elements in ordered pairs of a given function.

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A function whose domain could be determined by finding its restrictions.

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Set of all the first elements in ordered pairs of a given function.