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HELP PLEASE

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  1. math>philosophy Group Title
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    no

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  2. Katieann16 Group Title
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    your rude

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  3. math>philosophy Group Title
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    What's the question

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  4. Katieann16 Group Title
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    Find the equation of the inverse of \[f(x)=\frac{ 1 }{ 3 } x + 5\]

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    @zepdrix

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  6. math>philosophy Group Title
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    I would set it up like \[y = \frac{1}{3}x + 5\] and then just switch the y and x and solve for y

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    Do you know what an inverse function is?

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    Katie, you should label your threads appropriately, instead of "HELP PLEASE" lol... XD Anyway, Do you understand what phil was instructing you to do?

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    Phil? & @skullpatrol , i think its f^-1 (x)= 3x-15

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    Looks good! c:

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  11. skullpatrol Group Title
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    That's the idea.

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  12. Katieann16 Group Title
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    yah but its not the answeer

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    What is the answer?

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  14. Katieann16 Group Title
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    idk not that

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    how about 3(x-5) ?

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    hi nincompoop

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    |dw:1353723962885:dw|

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  18. timo86m Group Title
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    Thank you captain obvious

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  19. math>philosophy Group Title
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    lololol

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  20. timo86m Group Title
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    cuz nobody asked such a q you flutterer

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    @skullpatrol mines is correct i swapped the x and y for last step. she wants it f(x) y in terms of x.

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    finding the inverse of f(x). Ye so get the flutter out of here nin

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    pwnt

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    flutter you

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    PEOPLE, PEOPLE let @Katieann16 talk this is HER question, remember???

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  26. skullpatrol Group Title
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    Well @Katieann16 any questions?

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  27. Katieann16 Group Title
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    ummm,so my answer is x=3y-15 right?

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    no

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  29. timo86m Group Title
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    swap x and y y=3x-15 which is also f(x)=3x-5

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    so thats the answer?

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  31. timo86m Group Title
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    yes

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  32. Katieann16 Group Title
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    thank you

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  33. Katieann16 Group Title
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    All of you

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  34. skullpatrol Group Title
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    Do understand the idea of an inverse?

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  35. Katieann16 Group Title
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    yes

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    Good job :-)

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