Brianissa
  • Brianissa
I really am trying my best to get how to do this prove my functions are inverses of each other by graphing them but I do not get it
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imqwerty
  • imqwerty
do u know how to find the inverse function of any given function?
Brianissa
  • Brianissa
yes the one at the bottom is the inverse I just did it on a separate paper
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
yes thats correct so u have completed the 1st part now we have to do the second part are u stuck on the second part?

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Brianissa
  • Brianissa
yes the graphing and proving part
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
ok so lets graph it well we can say that both the functions f(x) and g(x) will be linear because all the terms have degree 1. can u tell how will the graph look like? a line or a circle or a parabola?
Brianissa
  • Brianissa
i'm guessing it would be a line but i'm not sure
bibby
  • bibby
I think you can show that the y intercept of one is the x intercept of the other flipped, i.e. g(x) has a y intercept of (0,0.571), f(x) has a y intercept of (0.571,0) similarly g(x) hits the x axis at (4,0) and f(x) hits the y axis at (0,4)
Brianissa
  • Brianissa
I paid 2 buck to be helped and walked though my question that I don't get, seems like I wasted my money, I don't see it being that simple
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
ok yes its a line whenever u have a linear equation in x and y it represents a line so f(x) and g(x) represent a line and now u need to plot them u have the equation of f(x) and g(x) can u plot them?
bibby
  • bibby
correction, you paid 2 bucks to wait for the site to come back from the laggy crash \(\huge ☺☻ \)
mathmate
  • mathmate
@Brianissa There WAS a system update, hope you understand that these things happen from time to time. When you're back, you are free to tag @imqwerty who was walking you through the problem, or tag me if you wish.
Brianissa
  • Brianissa
I got it correct already thank though
mathmate
  • mathmate
Good! :)
imqwerty
  • imqwerty
(:

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