dddgraph a function where every single input corresponds to the same output
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The input is traditionally shown as x in a function and the output as y. If they are identical then y=x, which is a straight line graph with slope 1 passing through the origin (0,0). To draw it pick a value of x and y (5, for example) and let the line pass through (0,0) and (5,5). 

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