# Function Classificiation

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Can the graphs (attached) be classified as functions? Explain.

(A graph, using smooth lines that connect data in the graph)

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Yes, particularly if you look at the second graph in your document, the one where you use a smooth line to connect the data points.

For a function f(x), there needs to be one value for every value of x. In this ...

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