Algebra I: Types of functions
This is a free lesson from our course in Algebra I
 
   
It covers another aspect of a function which is called one to one mapping. Overall, a function has one to one mapping if for every value of x there is one and only one value of y. For example, 2y + 3x = 6 is a function. A function has many to one mapping if more than one values of x equal to the same value of y. For example, y = f(x) = x2. The lesson will also show you the graphical representation and tabular representation of one to one mapping and many to one mapping with the help of examples.
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<h2> Types of functions - Watch video (Algebra I)</h2> <p> function, one to one, relation, mapping, online algebra, value, equal, example, practice questions, quizzes</p> <p> A function has one to one mapping if for every value of x there is one and only one value of y. For example, 2y + 3x= 6 is a function.</p>
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(Continued from above) Generally, types of function are:
  
One-One function:one to one function
Many-One function:many to one function
Onto function:onto function
Into function:into function
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