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The inverse of a function “undoes” the operation of the original function. If the original function takes an input and produces an output, the inverse function takes that output and produces the original input. Here’s a step-by-step guide to graphing the inverse function:
In math, and even in everyday life, we often say ‘if this, then that.’ This is the essence of conditional statements. They set up a condition and then describe what happens if that condition is met. For instance, ‘If it rains, then the ground gets wet.’ These statements are foundational in math, helping us build […]
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