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What is the domain of this set of ordered pairs?

{ (4, 8), (6, -3), (1, 7), (-12, 5) }

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The task of this quiz/worksheet is to help you measure your level of understanding in regard to concepts such as range, domain, mapping, and the information necessary to create a set of ordered pairs.

Explicitly, your understanding of the following will be challenged:

- Examples of domain in a set of ordered pairs
- The representation of lines in mapping
- Necessary components of ordered pair sets
- What sets of x-values are called

**Distinguishing differences**- compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as domain and range**Critical thinking**- apply relevant concepts to examine information about ordered pairs in a different light**Interpreting information**- verify that you can read information regarding mapping and interpret it correctly

If you're interested in gaining more information about relation in math, review our lesson by the title of Relation in Math: Definition & Examples. By studying this walkthrough, you will be better versed on concepts such as:

- What a relation is
- The display of relations
- How mapping works
- Graphing relations

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