- Published 2015

5.1. Functions. We now turn our attention to the study of real-valued functions that are defined over arbitrary nonempty subsets of R. The subset of R over which such a function f is defined is called the domain of f , and is denoted Dom(f). We will write f : Dom(f) → R to indicate that f maps elements of Dom(f) into R. For every x ∈ Dom(f) the function f associates the value f(x) ∈ R. The range of f is the subset of R defined by

@inproceedings{2015AdvancedC,
title={Advanced Calculus : MATH 410 Functions and},
author={},
year={2015}
}