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Describing Inverses of Functions

Describing Inverses of Functions 1.12 - Solution

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To determine whether the function is invertible or not, the inverse of the given function must be a function. Therefore, we will apply the horizontal line test.

As we can see above, there is no horizontal line that intersects the graph of at more than once. Therefore, the inverse of is a function.