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at the original function's starting value.

s f and g are inverse functions, . A function composed with its inverse function yields

where you started.

ding an inverse is simply the swapping of the x and y coordinates. This newly formed inverse will be a relation, b

variable is exchanged with the dependent variable in a given relation. (This inverse may NOT be a function.)

ction!

so be a function.

orresponds to one and only one first element. (each x and y value is used only once)

, your function will be a one-to-one function and its inverse will also be a function.

rse of a function is the set of ordered pairs obtained by interchanging the first and second elements of each pair in

ould the inverse of function f (x) also be a function, this inverse function is denoted by

Note: If the original function is a one-to-one function, the inverse will be a function.

[The notation f -1(x) refers to "inverse function". It does not algebraically mean 1/f (x).]

the result is the starting value. Think of it as the function and

the inverse undoing one another when composed. More specifically:

Consider the simple function f (x) = {(1,2), (3,4), (5,6)}

and its inverse f -1(x) = {(2,1), (4,3), (6,5)}

Consider the following three solution methods:

swap the x and y values. Remember, the inverse relation will be a function only if the original function is one-to

2 3 4 -3

1 -2 5 1

e relation will NOT be a function (because the x value of 1 now gets mapped to two separate y values which is not possible for f

rocess:

Answer:

Remember:

Set = y.

Swap the variables.

Solve for y.

b.

Find the inverse of the function (given that x is not equal to 0).

Answer:

Remember:

Set = y.

Get the y's on one side of the equal sign by subtracting y from each side.

Isolate the y by factoring out the y.

Solve for y.

e identity line,

e inverse relation is also a function. (Read more about graphing inverses.)

h. The new red graph is also a straight line and passes the vertical line test for

graphing calculator

to investigate

inverses.

Click here.

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