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### What are the Inverse Trigonometric Functions? The inverse of a function f : A → B exists if f is one-one onto i.e., a bijection and is given by f(x) = y ⇒ f-1(y) = x. Graphs of inverse trigonometric functions Domain and Range of inverse trigonometric functions Properties of inverse trigonometric functions (5) Principal […]

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### Finding the Inverse Function of a Rational Function Finding the inverse of a rational function is relatively easy. Although it can be daunting at first, you will get comfortable as you study along. In this lesson, I have prepared five (5) examples to help you gain a basic understanding on how to approach it. You ... Read more

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### After the Zombie exponential problem, several students wanted to know WHAT was this mysterious LOG thing and especially why it worked? Enter, inverse functions. I made an Inverse Functions guided …

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### This section covers: Introduction to Inverses Finding Inverses Graphically Finding Inverses Algebraically Inverses Functions with Restricted Domains Using Compositions of Functions to Determine if Functions are Inverses Inverses of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions More Practice Note that there are examples of Transformation of Inverse functions here, Inverses of the Trigonometric Functions here, and Derivatives of Inverse … Inverses of Functions Read More »

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### Finding the Inverse Function of a Quadratic Function What we want here is to find the inverse function – which implies that the inverse MUST be a function itself. Otherwise, we got an inverse that is not a function. Not all functions are naturally “lucky” to have inverse functions. This happens in the case of quadratics because they all ... Read more

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