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Math 3~ Ms. Relder Unit 1 Test 2 Review Part I~ Inverse Funetions 1. Parent Functions: for each graph shown, write the name of the parent function ABOVE the graph ‘and BELOW the graph write “One-to-One” ONLY IF the parent function is @ one-to-one function. Constont wobec one-toore Che~to one 1. Inverse Functions and thelr Meanings: 1. James mows lawns to eorn money. The amount of money he makes per canister of gos he buys an be calculoted by the equation Min) = 40n = 15, where M isthe maney in dollars he makes and ‘nis the number of lawns he mows. 2. Find the inverse function of M(n) algebreically. End with the function n(W). =4On-\S ie 240m n(ay> ABS 1 Howat question hat ov con saleby srg the inverse fncon th TF James makes #65 4hen Wow ony lawns did he mow ? 6 Useyour verse function from portato answer yur question from part 65+15 _ go Tames meweol BEB See ae hese beans, ‘function that gives you the Volume of a sphere if you know its radius, and then use it tofind the ‘volume of a sphere of radius 3 m. Leave your answer in terms of oe S*® 4tir> N (n)= al re ae m. 3, The function Ge) answers the question: “What isthe force of gravity (in units of Newtons) between the two particular asteroids that are separated by adstance ofr meters?” What question does its inverse funtion, rG), answer? What wie Separation Aistahe im meters , tw asterads expenence a force Gh qerity of G? ‘4, The function Pi) answers the questions: “What ithe probabilty of rain gven the number of dark clouds (d) inthe sky?" What question does its inverse funtion, dP) answer? Grew He grobebiiity a vasn | whad uo See Number oy dort Clouds inte sky? Finding inverse Functions Algebraically and Graphically: c-d: Given are sever functions, fs). Find f(s) for each one. a fide VE yrs ¢ 13° x Fee = W133 efx) =3Ve FT im ‘@. Graph the f(x function from part a above, then graph its inverse wsing the graphical method we learned in class, Keepin mind the parent functions as you're graphing, to help you ‘choose x-values and to check f your graph matches welll, {. Graph the f(x function from part c above, then graph its inverse using the graphical method we learned in cass. Keep in ‘mind the parent functions 3s you're graphing, to help you choose «values and to check if your graph matches welll