# What is the Range of the given Function? {(–2, 0), (–4, –3), (2, –9), (0, 5), (–5, 7)}

The range refers to the set of values or elements in the set that lies on the right.

## Answer: The range for the given function {(–2, 0), (–4, –3), (2, –9), (0, 5), (–5, 7)} is R: {-9, -3, 0, 5, 7}.

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**Explanation:**

The range is nothing but the number that lies on the right, that is, y-coordinate.

(–2, 0), (–4, –3), (2, –9), (0, 5), (–5, 7)

The range from the above set is 0, -3, -9, 5, 7.

If there is a repeated number, then we only write it once.

On rearranging the numbers from least to greatest, we get:

R: {-9, -3, 0, 5, 7}.

### Thus, the range for the given function {(–2, 0), (–4, –3), (2, –9), (0, 5), (–5, 7)} is R: {-9, -3, 0, 5, 7}.

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