anonymous
  • anonymous
what would be the radical and exponential form of a radical expression?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
*rational expression
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\sqrt {2}=2^{\frac {1}{2}}\]\ Radical and Exponential forms, respectively.
anonymous
  • anonymous
radical being the root and exponential being the 1/2 i presume.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct. Did you have other questions about ratios and exponents?
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know \[f^-1(x)\] problems?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like this? \[f^{-1}(x) = ????\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly! i know it has to do with inverse functions with switching x and y.
anonymous
  • anonymous
but the way she presented it was in aa long word problem.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sounds like generally you know how to find the inverses of a function. { from ::: http://www.uncwil.edu/courses/mat111hb/functions/inverse/inverse.html ::: Steps for finding the inverse of a function f. Replace f(x) by y in the equation describing the function. Interchange x and y. In other words, replace every x by a y and vice versa. Solve for y. Replace y by f-1(x). }}} It would seem that you just need to find a way to parse the word problem into your first equation. Once you have that you can then find the inverse as usual - I would imagine.
anonymous
  • anonymous
...*inverse* of a function...
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow thanks for the website reference. you've been a big help. thanks a bunch :0]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good luck. Also the Purplemath pages seem pretty good. (revealed after googling: 'inverse of a function'. Good Luck!

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