Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 34

Pre-Calculus Practice Problem 34 - to-one functions. 2. Use...

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Unit 1, Activity 4, Inverse Functions with Answers Blackline Masters, Advanced Math – Pre-Calculus Page 32 Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum, Revised 2008 1. Which of the functions graphed below have an inverse that is also a function? Explain why or why not using the horizontal line test. a, d, f, g are one-to-one functions that will have an inverse. All are either strictly increasing or strictly decreasing functions and pass the horizontal line test. They are one-
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Unformatted text preview: to-one functions. 2. Use a graphing utility to graph the functions given below and apply the horizontal line test to determine if the functions are one-to-one. a) 1 2 3 − − = x y b) 6 4 3 + − = x x y c) x x y 5 2 + = d) x y − = 3 2 e) 2 log x y = Equations a and d have an inverse that is a function. Students should show the graph of each one and determine if they are one-to-one functions using the horizontal line test....
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