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    Question Domain and range

    For the function f(x) points (0,2) (6,5) find the domain and range of f^-1(x). My answer is Domain=[0,6], Range=[2,5] is this right, thanks for any help.
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    Re: Domain and range

    Does f(x) only exist between the points (0,2) and (6,5). Assuming this, then the f^{-1}(x) exits between the points (2,0) and (5,6). And so the domain and range of the inverse would be the [2,5] and [0,6] respectively.
    Last edited by tatuhuma; October 19th 2013 at 06:01 PM.
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