In how many ways a relation can be represented? State two different examples to represent each of them.
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Relations can be displayed as a table, a mapping or a graph. In a table the x-values and y-values are listed in separate columns. Each row represents an ordered pair: Displaying a relation as a table
A mapping shows the domain and range as separate clusters of values. Lines are drawn to match each value in the domain with its corresponding value in the range:
Graphs can also be used to show the relationships between values. Each ordered pair is plotted as a point on the graph. The placement of a point along the x- and y-axes indicate the x- and y-values for the ordered pair: