# Which set of ordered pairs does not represent a function? O {(-3,-9), (7,9), (9, 1), (7,3)} O {(-3,8),(-6,5), (-5, -6),

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The first set of ordered pairs is not a function.

Step-by-step explanation:

The X value of 7 repeats, which means that it is not a function

Second, third and fourth set of ordered pairs does not represent a function so only the first one is a function.

This is because each x value has to has their distinct y value. So you notice all sets of ordered pairs except the first one, two different x-values have the common y-value, which cannot be happen.

the value of v.w= -12.

step-by-step explanation:

we are given three vector r,v and w as:

r = < 5, -5, -2> ; v = < 2, -8, -8> ; w = < -2, 6, -5>

we know that r,v and w could also be represented as:

r=5i-5j-2k

v=2i-8j-8k

and w= -2i+6j-5k

where i,j and k are the unit vectors of x,y and z-axis respectively.

also we know that it has the following property:

i.i=1 ; j.j=1; k.k=1

and i.=j.i=i.k=k.i=j.k=k.j=0

i.e. when we multiply two vectors or we find it's dot product we need to only multiply the components of x coordinates with each other; y with each other and z with each other.

hence, v.w= (2i-8j- -2i+6j-5k)

= 2×(-2)+(-8)×(6)+(-8)×(-5)

= -4-48+40

= -12

hence, v.w= -12

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