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When given a graph, the vertical line test can be used to determine functionally. Describe the vertical line test and explain the reasons why a graph would, or would not, represent a function

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Answer: The vertical line test is where you take a pencil or any vertical object and you move it across a function. If that vertical line intersects a graph more than once it would not be a function because for it to be a function it has to have one input value and one output value. (Hopefully this helps!!)Step-by-step explanation: