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    Domain Inverse Function

    For the function
    f(x) shown in problem 1, find the domain and range

    of f 1(x).
    a. Domain = [0, 6], Range [ 2, 5]
    b . Domain = [0, 5], Range [ 2, 6]
    c. Domain = [2, 5], Range [ 0, 6]
    d. Domain = [2, 6], Range [ 0, 5]


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    Quote Originally Posted by wvmcanelly@cableone.net View Post
    For the function
    f(x) shown in problem 1, find the domain and range

    of f –1(x).
    a. Domain = [0, 6], Range [ 2, 5]
    b . Domain = [0, 5], Range [ 2, 6]
    c. Domain = [2, 5], Range [ 0, 6]
    d. Domain = [2, 6], Range [ 0, 5]


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    here's a hint. the domain is the set of x values (input values) for which the function is defined. the range is the set of y-values (output values). find the domain and range of f, and then switch them for f^-1. that is, the domain of f is the range of f^-1 and the range of f is the domain of f^-1
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