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Function Machine
Problem Statement:
Machine A (top) and B (bottom) shown on the board are individually programmed to perform specific math tasks. Each machine takes an input (orange circle) on the left and produce an output (pentagon) on the right. Watch the operation of each machine and answer the question prompt. Hint: it may help to write down the input-output of each machine.
/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.0 */
printf("Machine A satisfy the definition of a function: 1 input can't have 2 different outputs. Yes, two inputs can have the same output");
printf("The rule is output = input^2 = input*input");
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Problem Statement:
Machine A (top) and B (bottom) shown on the board are individually programmed to perform specific math tasks. Each machine takes an input (orange circle) on the left and produce an output (pentagon) on the right. Watch the operation of each machine and answer the question prompt. Hint: it may help to write down the input-output of each machine.

		
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