Calculus II Quiz 1 2011

Calculus II Quiz 1 2011 - You scored 100 out of 100...

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You scored 100 out of 100 Question 1 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether or not the given function is one-to-one and, if so, find the inverse. If f has an inverse, give the domain of f -1 . a) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: b) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: c) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: d) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: e) Question 2 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether or not the given function is one-to-one and, if so, find the inverse. If f has an inverse, give the domain of f -1 . a) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: b) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: c) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: d)
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f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: Question 3 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether or not the given function is one-to-one and, if so, find the inverse. If f has an inverse, give the domain of f -1 . a) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: b) c) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: d) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: e) f -1 ( x ) = ; domain: Question 4 Your answer is CORRECT. Determine whether or not the given function is one-to-one and, if so, find the inverse. If f has an inverse, give the domain of f -1 . a)
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course MATH 1432 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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Calculus II Quiz 1 2011 - You scored 100 out of 100...

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