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Name___________________________________

Find the inverse of each function.

1) g( x) =

3x + 3

5

3) f ( x) = - x - 4

5) g(n) = -n - 5

7) f ( x) =

-x - 5

2

5

4

2) g(n) =

2n - 8

5

4) f (n) = -3n - 12

6) g( x) =

-3 x - 12

4

8) h( x) =

-12 + 3 x

4

12 - x

3

9) h( x) = 2 - x

10) f ( x) =

11) f ( x) = x - 2

12) f ( x) = -2 x + 6

13) g( x) =

2+x

2

14) g(n) = n + 4

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15) f ( x) =

-5 - 2 x

5

16) h( x) = - x +

17) f (n) =

5n + 5

3

18) g( x) = -

3

7

19) g( x) = - x -

9

7

5

7

10

7

5

4

20) g( x) = -2 + x

21) f ( x) =

5 x + 10

2

22) g( x) = x +

23) g( x) =

5 - 3x

5

24) g( x) =

5

6

5

3

4 + 5x

4

25) f ( x) = x + 1

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Algebra 2

Name___________________________________

Find the inverse of each function.

1) g( x) =

3x + 3

5

g -1( x) =

2) g(n) =

-3 + 5 x

3

3) f ( x) = - x - 4

2n - 8

5

g -1(n) =

4) f (n) = -3n - 12

f -1( x) = - x - 4

f -1(n) =

5) g(n) = -n - 5

6) g( x) =

g -1(n) = -n - 5

-x - 5

2

8) h( x) =

f -1( x) = -2 x - 5

5

4

9) h( x) = 2 - x

4

5

h -1( x) = - x +

11) f ( x) = x - 2

2+x

2

-12 - 4 x

3

-12 + 3 x

4

h -1( x) =

10) f ( x) =

4 x + 12

3

12 - x

3

f -1( x) = -3 x + 12

8

5

12) f ( x) = -2 x + 6

f -1( x) = x + 2

13) g( x) =

-12 - n

3

-3 x - 12

4

g -1( x) =

7) f ( x) =

5n + 8

2

1

2

f -1( x) = 3 - x

14) g(n) = n + 4

g -1(n) = n - 4

g -1( x) = 2 x - 2

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15) f ( x) =

-5 - 2 x

5

f -1( x) =

17) f (n) =

-5 x - 5

2

5n + 5

3

f -1(n) =

5

7

16) h( x) = - x +

7

5

h -1( x) = 2 - x

18) g( x) = -

3

7

20) g( x) = -2 + x

7

3

g -1( x) = x +

5 x + 10

2

f -1( x) =

23) g( x) =

5

4

4

5

5

6

22) g( x) = x +

-10 + 2 x

5

5 - 3x

5

g -1( x) =

9

7

g -1( x) = -3 - x

21) f ( x) =

g -1( x) = -2 x

-5 + 3n

5

19) g( x) = - x -

10

7

8

5

5

3

6

5

g -1( x) = -2 + x

24) g( x) =

-5 x + 5

3

4 + 5x

4

g -1( x) =

4x - 4

5

25) f ( x) = x + 1

f -1( x) = x - 1

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