Posted by **Erica** on Thursday, October 5, 2006 at 12:51pm.

The function f(x)= x^4 is not one-to-one. Find a suitable restriction on the domain of f so that the new function that results is one-to-one. Then find the inverse of f.

Restrict it to be non-negative to meet the 1-1 requirement.

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