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Functions are rules that link inputs and outputs. In a function, each input has only one corresponding value of an output.

Here is an example of a function with a rule times by 2.

The picture below does not show a function, just a relationship between numbers. This is because 1 is linked with two outputs, and in functions, each input must have only one corresponding output.


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