1.8two) - b and c are not one-to—one functions because...

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Unformatted text preview: b and c are not one-to—one functions because they don’t pass the horizontal line test. Use the g1th of a one-to-one function to graph its inverse function. O-ne-in-one function: Each x in the domain has one and only one image in the range, No yin the flange is the image of more than one x. LL?) )1: 12’5 R: 413-;9‘EW’UW‘0 kw) WW 3"” Mm min at f €33? .n' u3>’:J?’13§WH 02mm 0% E Range of, f flgrg'ily‘f" ‘ * 1H9 at x WWW?» f”‘(f(x)) : x wherex is in the domain of f f(f"1(x)) : . .1: Where x is in the domain if f ‘1 Find the inverse of a function and graph both functions on the same axes. The graph of a function f and the graph of its inverse f”1 are symmetric with respect to the line y = x. If this function has an inverse function, then graph it’s inverse on the same graph. f(x)=x3 59‘- :f fiwww'c‘ ’WPWAB LI. - __ + 100M: m3 amd x X—H £03 : Ham) 3 2: 3 a 2. ’i‘WL'” X ,3... X I... . 3 u— — 5—:- 3. ...
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1.8two) - b and c are not one-to—one functions because...

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