Is it one to one? Or many to one? Or one to many ?
asked Nov 16, 2016 in Other Math Topics by anonymous

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One-to-one is a function, many-to-one is a function (as in f(x)=x^2 where two values of x map to a single value), but one-to-many is not a function.

answered Nov 17, 2016 by Rod Top Rated User (416,100 points)
I THINK ITS 1 TO MANY ?
answered Nov 17, 2016 by Anna Hopkins
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