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Can a One-to-Many relation between two variables be classified as a function?
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One-to-Many relations between two variables are not classified as functions. These relations exhibit the following properties:

  • One $x$-value in domain has MORE THAN ONE $y$-value
  • Does NOT pass vertical line test

An example of a One-to-Many realtionship is the inverse of a parabola.

by Wooden (4,853 points)

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