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The graph of f (x ) is show below a. On this coordinate plane draw the graph of f^-1(x) b. Is f (x ) a function? (1pt) c. Is f^-1 (x) a function

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Well what does f(x) look like?
Here is the graph
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F9x) is a function if, when you draw a vertical line through any point of that shape it touches only once.

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f(x) sorry.
So is f(x) a function?
You there?!!
So I just told you the definition of a function. Can you say if it's a function or not? :) .
I think so
you there
Sorry. yes you are correct :) .
For an inverse function, you switch all the x and y values and plot them.
Then draw a vertical line again. Does it pass through more than one point?
It is not
So is it a function?
No it is not @dido525
Good :) .
So what about part A
heeelp @dido525

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