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Wouldnt this be A? Given the function f(x) = The quantity of 3x minus 4, divided by 5, which of the below expressions is correct? f−1(x) = The quantity of 5x plus 4, divided by 3. f−1(x) = The quantity of 5x minus 4, divided by 3. f−1(x) = The quantity of negative 3x minus 4, divided by 5. f−1(x) = The quantity of 4 minus 3x, divided by 5.

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