what is the difference between range, domain and codomain of a function?
Asked by | 30th Jun, 2008, 06:25: PM
In its simplest form the domain is all the values that go into a function, and the range is all the values that come out.
If f is a function from X to Y then the set "X" is the Domain, the set "Y" is the Codomain, and the set of elements that get pointed to in Y (the actual values produced by the function) are called the Range.
Answered by | 2nd Jul, 2008, 09:13: PM
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