#### Answer

(a) The graph in Figure 1 is not a function of x
(b) The graph in Figure 2 is not a function of x

#### Work Step by Step

(a) A function can only have one value f(x) for each x in it's domain. From this graph we can see that if we were to draw vertical lines, some vertical lines would intersect the graph twice at certain x values. Hence this is not a function.
(b) Same reasoning as part a, a vertical line drawn in this graph has more than one intersection, this means that not every x value has a single y value output.