I understand how to find the inverse but I am just stumped to why it isnt a function f(x)=6x^2 - 12
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by KeaganM I understand how to find the inverse but I am just stumped to why it isnt a function f(x)=6x^2 - 12 Are you asking why $\displaystyle f(x)=6x^2 - 12$ has no inverse? If not what are you asking?
Originally Posted by KeaganM I understand how to find the inverse but I am just stumped to why it isnt a function f(x)=6x^2 - 12 It is a function, but not one to one. You can restrict the domain to make it one to one, then you can find the inverse.
View Tag Cloud