##### Asked by: Celina Mulhaupt

asked in category: General Last Updated: 15th March, 2020# Can an input have two outputs?

**input**on the graph, there

**will**be exactly one

**output**. If a graph shows

**two**or more intersections with a vertical line, then an

**input**(x-coordinate)

**can have**more than one

**output**(y-coordinate), and y is not a function of x.

Herein, what is the input and output in a function?

In mathematics, a **function** is any expression that produces exactly one answer for any given number that you give it. The **input** is the number you feed into the expression, and the **output** is what you get after the look-up work or calculations are finished.

Furthermore, how do you find the input? **Find** the given **input** in the row (or column) of **input** values. **Identify** the corresponding output value paired with that **input** value. **Find** the given output values in the row (or column) of output values, noting every time that output value appears. **Identify the input** value(s) corresponding to the given output value.

Also question is, what is an input in algebra?

The **input** is the value of x that is applied to the function. The output is the f(x), or the answer that is received as a result of putting x into the function.

What is an input value?

The first **value** of a relation is an **input value** and the second **value** is the **output value**. A function is a specific type of relation in which each **input value** has one and only one **output value**. An **input** is the independent **value**, and the **output value** is the dependent **value**, as it depends on the **value** of the **input**.