## Algebra: A Combined Approach (4th Edition)

Domain = $(1,2,0)$ Range = $(6,8,3,-2)$
The domain is the set of unique x-values in a relation. Although $0$ is repeated it is only counted once in the domain. So the values $1$, $2$, and $0$ are all in the domain (1,2,0) The range is the set of unique y-values in a relation. So the values $6$, $8$, $3$, and $-2$ are all in the range. So the answer is (6,8,3,-2)