You can do it whenever you want except when it ends up dividing by 0. And it's not like multiplying by one, it changes the function. y = x DOES NOT EQUAL y = 1/x
You can do it whenever you want except when it ends up dividing by 0. And it's not like multiplying by one, it changes the function. y = x DOES NOT EQUAL y = 1/x
If y = x than this is false: y = 1/x. However, this is true: y = x/1, wouldn't this also be true? y = 1/-x