I have no idea how to do these. her is a example If , then f(2) =
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Originally Posted by pletchera I have no idea how to do these. her is a example If , then f(2) = Hi pletchera, We don't need the inverse function to find f(2).
Originally Posted by masters Hi pletchera, We don't need the inverse function to find f(2). Makes so much sense now thank you! but would it be the same for this one? f (x) = 3x + 1 and f-1 = x-1/3
Originally Posted by pletchera Makes so much sense now thank you! but would it be the same for this one? f (x) = 3x + 1 and f-1 = x-1/3 I'm not sure what you're asking but f(x) is a function of x. is the inverse function of x. If you want to find f(x), simply substitute whatever x is into your function. If you want to find out what is, then
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