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  • A relation is a set of ordered pairs. It can be represented as a table, a graph, or a mapping.

  • The domain of a relation is the set of values given by the first terms of the ordered pairs. The range is the set of values given the second terms.

  • The inverse of a relation R is the relation obtained by interchanging the coordinates in the ordered pairs of R. The domain of the inverse of R is the range of R and the range of the inverse of R is the domain of R.


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  • Intro 0:00
  • Definition 0:17
    • List, Table, Graph
    • Example: List
    • Example: Table
    • Example: Graph
  • Domain and Range 4:10
  • Inverse of a Relation 5:01
    • Example
  • Lecture Example 1 7:26
  • Lecture Example 2 10:39
  • Additional Example 3
  • Additional Example 4