I personally believe, though I'm not sure, that this topic should be in the Algebra forum. Though, because I'm taking this from a Precalculus class I wasn't entirely sure whether to place it there.
Find the inverse of
To my understanding I must find
I have the answers, but I'm interested in knowing how to find the inverse
The o stands for composed with
[QUOTE=Plato;749605]Note that 2 is not in the domain of .
I remember you are always actively helping me. I dont know if I portray the following well when I ask for help. But I'm eager to learn the process, the concept.
I'm on a rush to school I will solve it as soon as I have a break. Thanks for replying ^_^
Wouldn't the two x cancel out?
My best answer is because we are adding 1 to it and therefore the values will change
I'm not sure I can makes sense out of that sentence! Your best answer to what question? The question "Wouldn't the two x cancel out?" require a "yes" or "no" answer, not "because".My best answer is because we are adding 1 to it and therefore the values will change
In any case, the only time something in numerator and denominator cancel is when they are multipied by the rest of the numerator and denominator: you can cancel the "x"s in but not in or .