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# Worksheets of Relations and Functions

Test your skills on Relations and Functions by trying out Relations and Functions worksheets. 5 Relations and Functions worksheets available to gain expertise and excel in your grades. The worksheets on Relations and Functions have been designed to offer a wide range of questions covering all details of the Relations and Functions and are in compliance with the k-12 curriculum. Detailed answers will be provided after you have attempted the Relations and Functions worksheet. Each worksheet will have around 10 questions and there are multiple worksheets available to try out.

• ## Coordinate Plane Worksheet

1. Find the quadrants of given points A (-2, -2), B (1, -2) and (1,2)?
2. Find the coordinate point which is lie on given equation 2y = 3x +4?
• Point P (2, 3)

• Point Q (1, 3)
• Point R (2, 5)
• None of these
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• ## Relations and Functions Worksheet

1. The relation R on R defined as R = (m, n): m ≤ n, then the relation is?
• Reflexive, symmetric and transitive
• Reflexive but neither symmetric nor transitive
• Reflexive and transitive but not symmetric
• None
2. The relation R on R defined as R = (m, n): and the condition is m ≥ n, then the relation is?
• Reflexive, symmetric and transitive
• Reflexive but neither symmetric nor transitive
• Reflexive and transitive but not symmetric
• None
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• ## Functions Worksheet

1. Suppose ‘A’ is the set of all 50 students of a class in a central school. Let f: A →N be a function and ‘N’ is the natural number, then the function is?
• One-one but not onto
• Both one-one and onto
• Onto but not one-one
• None
2. The function f: N →N, given by f (A) = 5A is?
• Onto but not one-one
• Both one-one and onto
• One-one but not onto
• None
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• ## Relations Worksheet

1. If there are three relations R1, R2, R3 are defined on set S = p, q, r as follows.
R1 = (p, p), (p, q), (p, r), (q, q), (q, r), (r, p), (r, q), (r, r);
R2 = (p, q), (q, p), (p, r), (r, p),
R3 = (p, q), (q, r), (r, p) then show that the relations R1, R2, R3 are?
• Reflexive, symmetric and transitive
• Reflexive, not symmetric and transitive
• Not reflexive but symmetric and transitive
• None
2. Show that the relation ‘R’ on set ‘S’ = 3, 4, 5 is given by R = (3, 3), (4, 4), (5, 5), (3, 4), (4, 5) then the relation is?
• Reflexive, symmetric and transitive
• Reflexive but neither symmetric nor transitive
• Not reflexive but symmetric and transitive
• None
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• ## Patterns Worksheet

1. What will be the next number in the series 2, 4, 6, 8, 10?
• 12
• 11
• 14
• None of these
2. What will be the next number to complete the given pattern of numbers: 3, 9, 27, 81?
• 15
• 243
• 24.3
• None of these
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