What are the domain and range of f ^ -1? (It's an inverse right?) I got Domain : (-INFINITY, INFINITY) Range : (-INFINITY, INFINITY) Is this correct?
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The domain of $\displaystyle f$ = the range of $\displaystyle f^{-1}$ The range of $\displaystyle f $ = the domain of $\displaystyle f^{-1}$ Your answer could be correct. What is $\displaystyle f$ ?
Originally Posted by pickslides The domain of $\displaystyle f$ = the range of $\displaystyle f^{-1}$ The range of $\displaystyle f $ = the domain of $\displaystyle f^{-1}$ Your answer could be correct. What is $\displaystyle f$ ? lol i know what, but i want to know what is my boo boo here can u tell? so i can get the answer right? thanks!
Originally Posted by crystaltear What are the domain and range of f ^ -1? (It's an inverse right?) I got Domain : (-INFINITY, INFINITY) Range : (-INFINITY, INFINITY) Is this correct? if f is restricted to the values on the graph, then the domain of f is [-3,3] and the range of f would be [-1,3]. ... if the function continues outside the visible graph, then there is no way to tell w/o more information about f.
Originally Posted by skeeter if f is restricted to the values on the graph, then the domain of f is [-3,3] and the range of f would be [-1,3]. ... if the function continues outside the visible graph, then there is no way to tell w/o more information about f. thanks i got the first part right but [_,3] domain and [_,3] I didn't get the x for both of them right...
Originally Posted by crystaltear thanks i got the first part right but [_,3] domain and [_,3] I didn't get the x for both of them right... what did you answer?
Originally Posted by skeeter what did you answer? i have this problem and I dont understand it to!!!
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