anonymous
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iPwnBunnies
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Let's say we have a function called f(x). An ordered pair from that function will be (X,Y), where X and Y is some value. The inverse of f(x), denoted as f^{-1})(x), will have an ordered pair that looks like (Y,X). It's the same values of X and Y, just switched positions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm slightly starting to understand but still confused at using it to answer the question, can you elaborate further please?

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iPwnBunnies
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I'm not sure how to elaborate anymore. If we had a function that had a relation of (4,10). The inverse of f(x), which is denoted as that symbol f^(-1)(x), will have the relation (10,4)
iPwnBunnies
  • iPwnBunnies
So, f(4) = 10 But F^(-1)(10) = 4
iPwnBunnies
  • iPwnBunnies
You can also read a little on inverse functions.
anonymous
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Thank you, and I will.

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