All of the above answers are correct; it's trivial to construct a simple eigth order function which will map any solution to every single value listed.
That's why I don't like these sorts of question. They're really just guessing games, where you try to guess what the real question that person framing the problem was thinking of, but failed to adequately communicate. They're problems of culture, masquerading as problems of mathematics.
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