suppose f: R-->R is invertible and C Є R is a constant

find an expression for the inverse of g(x) = f(x+c) in terms of f^-1

and if c is not equal to 0 than find an expression for the inverse of h(x) =f(cx) in terms of f^-1

thanks

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- March 25th 2009, 06:11 AMb0mb3rzquestion on inverses
suppose f: R-->R is invertible and C Є R is a constant

find an expression for the inverse of g(x) = f(x+c) in terms of f^-1

and if c is not equal to 0 than find an expression for the inverse of h(x) =f(cx) in terms of f^-1

thanks - March 25th 2009, 09:47 AMstapel
Hint: f(x + c) = f(h(x)) for h = x + c, and f^{-1} = (f(h))^{-1} = h^{-1}(f^{-1}).

(Wink) - March 25th 2009, 09:56 AMGrandadInverse functions