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Kagome_gurl8

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check my last two questions? 1: For the function f(x)=(5-6x)^2, find f1. Determine whether f1 is a function. 2: Graph y=-2x^2+3 and its inverse.

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    @tcarroll010 ?

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    \(f^{-1}\) is an abuse of notation, because is presupposes that the inverse is a function the inverse is not a function as you can see from the graph, it does not pass the "vertical line test"

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    so the equation is right and its not a function?

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    @satellite73

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