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- Republican31

Express the following points on the coordinate graph as a set of coordinate points, and then write the inverse.
I just want to make sure, this just means to write the normal pairs (x, y) and then also write the inverse, like (y, x), right? If so this is too easy, and that's why I'm asking. Also how would I format that?

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- Republican31

It shouldn't matter for what I'm asking, but the graph is http://curriculum.kcdistancelearning.com/courses/ALG1x-FN-A08/a/exams/exam_F-Free_Response_Exam/img3.gif just so you know.

- LynFran

its exactly what u think it is...

- Republican31

So like
{(-1, 4), (-2, -2), (2, -1), (4, 4), (4, 2)} Inverse: {(4, -1), (-2, -2), (-1, 2), (4, 4), (2, 4)}?

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- Republican31

@LynFran sorry to bug you but is the above acceptable for an exam?

- LynFran

(2,-1), (4,2), (4,4),(-2,-2), (-1,4)..inverse
(-1,2), (2,4), (4,4), (-2,-2), (4,-1)

- LynFran

yes it is express as coordinate point.(both x and y)

- LynFran

or if u want u can state it like when x=2, y=-1 ...which is the same as (2,-1)

- Republican31

Alright thank you!

- LynFran

welcome

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