douglas12
Given the relation {(7, 3), (-6, 1), (4,9), (-2, 5)} find the range of its inverse.
A. (1, 3, 5, 9)
B. There is no inverse.
C. (-6, -2, 4, 7)
D. There is no range
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1.) Find the Inverse of the relation
2.) Find the Range
(x, y)
x = domain
y = range
mathstudent55
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In an inverse, the domain becomes the range and the range becomes the domain. The range of the inverse relation is the domain of the relation.
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So is the answer A.
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Nope.
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a.) would be the range of the original relation, not the inverse.
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A is the range of the original relation.
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^ yup :)
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So is it C.
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yup
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Given: {(7, 3), (-6, 1), (4,9), (-2, 5)}
Inverse: {(3, 7), (1, -6), (9,4), (5, -2)}
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