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Homework Help: inverse function question

Posted by elle on Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 4:47am.

Hey, I'm having trouble fully understanding absolute value graphs and I've been asked find the largest value of a so that f^-1 exists for the function:
f: (-efinity,a) --> R where f(x)= logel2x-1l

*note: i have used 'l' to represent the straight line indicating the it is an absolute value...

I know the answer is a=1/2 but i have no clue how to get that answer... Any help would be much appreciated :)

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