Algebra 2 6-7 Independent Practice: Inverse Relations and Functions
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by Matthew Richardson
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What is the inverse of f ? Is the inverse a function?

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What is the inverse of f ? Is the inverse a function?

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What is the inverse of f ? Is the inverse a function?
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For h, find the value for x for which the equality
(hh-1)(x) = x does not hold.

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Reasoning: A function consists of the pairs (2, 3), (x, 4), and (5, 6). What values, if any, may x not assume?
x may assume any real number and the relation will still represent a function.
For the relation to be a function, x may not assume 3, 4, or 5.
For the relation to be a function, x may not assume 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
For the relation to be a function, x may not assume 2 or 5.
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Error Analysis: A classmate says the following.
Show that this is incorrect by finding examples of f(x) and g(x) for which the equation does not hold.
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Reflection: Math Success