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Graph the original function and its inverse f(x)= 3 x-5

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  1. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    |dw:1357917181521:dw|

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  2. Aperez Group Title
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    Do you have a calculator with you?

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  3. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    yes i do

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    Nice answer.

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  5. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    :D

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    Fine . Then on the top you will see a button that says Y= do U see it? Insert the problem and it will graph it for U :)))

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    How do i graph the inverse though?

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    Inverse as what your saying the the one your doing now?

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  9. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    yeah i need to do an original which is 3x-5 then i need to inverse that

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    |dw:1357917725143:dw|

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    Ohhh Okay I see Wait

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  12. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    ok thanks so much

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    It's -5x+3 just like rearrange them :D like that sorry this is my attempt tho.

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  14. AutumnMaybury Group Title
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    so thats the inverse of 3x-5

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    yes :D

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  16. RyanL. Group Title
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    There's a quick and easy process to finding the inverse for f(x)= 3 x-5 First replace "f(x)" with "y" and now you are left with y=3x-5 ___________________________________________________ The next step will be to switch the "x" and the "y" and you are left with x=3y-5 ______________________________________________________ Now solve for "y" Solving for y means trying to isolate the y on one side of the equation. I won't this since you need to do a little of the work. Can you tell me what you get after solving for "y"?

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    If the question is just for graphing, all you need to graph the inverse is to find it's image after reflecting about the line y=x. |dw:1358026554530:dw|

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