# Which set represents the range of the function shown? {(−1, 5), (2, 8), (5, 3), (13, −4)}?

The 'y-coordinate' of the ordered pair of a function represents the range while the 'x-coordinate' represents the domain of the function.

## Answer: Range for the set of values of {(−1, 5), (2, 8), (5, 3), (13, −4)} is given as {5, 8, 3, -4}

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**Explanation:**

The **range** of any set of functions is defined as the "**y**" set of values of any function.

The "**x**" set of values of a function defines the domain.

A general notation of writing a function is given as (x, y) known as ordered pair.

To calculate the range values from the function set, we need all the succeeding 'y-coordinate' values of the given set, since 'y' set represents the range.