First Quarter Project- Compositions of Functions and Inverses Solution Guide

First Quarter Project- Compositions of Functions and Inverses Solution Guide

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Magee, Kolka, Heaton Luke Magee, Ryan Kolka, Mitchell Heaton Mr. Large Pre-Calc w/ Trig Honors 7 December 2009 1.4 Composition of Functions and 1.5 Inverses of Functions Solution Guide Ex. Domain D: D: Ex. Function Operations D: D: D: D: D: Ex. Composition of Functions Ex. Implicitly Defined Functions Ex. Inverses -To get the inverse, switch x and y Point f(x) (+,+) I I (-,+) II IV (-,-) III III (+,-) IV II
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Magee, Kolka, Heaton Up Right Down Left Ex. Inverses D: D: R: R: Practice Problems For Exercises 1-4, and . Give the domain of 1-3.
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Unformatted text preview: 1) D: 2) D: 3) D: 4) Magee, Kolka, Heaton For Exercises 5-8, find . 5) 6) 7) 8) For Exercises 9-10, a)Is the relation a function? b)Does the relation have an inverse that is a function? 9) 10) For Exercises 11-13, find a formula for . Give the domain of , including any restrictions inherited from f . 11) D: Magee, Kolka, Heaton 12) D: 13) D: For Exercises 14-15, confirm that f and g are inverses by showing that and . 14) 15)...
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