# Mth141S51 - Sec 5.1 Inverse Functions The word inverse also...

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In order to do this we encounter a slight problem, two values in the domain could pair up with the same value in the range. This is ok for a function. However, if we are to reverse the connection, then the one value in the second group now will pair up with two values in the first group. This violates the definition of a function. So the “inverse function” would NOT be a function at all! So for the inverse of a function to be a function, we cannot have more than one value in the original domain pairing up with a value in the
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## This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course MTH mth141 taught by Professor Stean during the Spring '10 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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Mth141S51 - Sec 5.1 Inverse Functions The word inverse also...

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