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Answer:1) Domain is [tex]\{-2,0,2,4\}[/tex]Range is [tex]\{3,-1,0\}[/tex]2) Domain is [tex]\{-3,-1,0,3\}[/tex]Range is [tex]\{-1,0,1,2,3\}[/tex]Step-by-step explanation:Domain refers to the set of all [tex]x[/tex] values of a relation.Range refers to a set of all [tex]y[/tex] values of a relation.1) For the first relation the domain and range can be found out as following:The set of [tex]x[/tex] values of the relation given is [tex]\{-2,0,2,4\}[/tex]. So Domain is [tex]\{-2,0,2,4\}[/tex]The set of [tex]y[/tex] values of the relation given is [tex]\{3,-1,0\}[/tex]. So Range is [tex]\{3,-1,0\}[/tex]2) for the second relation, we need to label the points plotted on graph first in order to get the [tex]x[/tex] and [tex]y[/tex] values.Points are [tex](-3,1), (-1,-1), (0,0), (3,2)\ and\ (3,3)[/tex]The set of [tex]x[/tex] values of the relation given is [tex]\{-3,-1,0,3,3\}[/tex]. So Domain is [tex]\{-3,-1,0,3\}[/tex]The set of [tex]y[/tex] values of the relation given is [tex]\{-1,0,1,2,3\}[/tex].So Range is [tex]\{-1,0,1,2,3\}[/tex]