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sketch the graph of the function and its inverse on the same coordinate plane: y=x^3 + 2

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  1. cookies
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    dude cookies is diggin yo shirt!!

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  2. swilly
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    ...?

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    lol i meant pic haha it is on a shirt to!!

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    haha ok

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    no i luv adventure time soooo very childish of me but hey rainicorns are very rare you know

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    for inverse you switch x and y so x = y^3 +2. x = y^3 + 2 x - 2 = y^3 y = (x-2)^1/3 and graph that and the original function by plotting points

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    yes... those rainicorns are very hard to find... believe me, I've tried looking

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