Posted by **sw** on Monday, April 1, 2013 at 1:11pm.

The one-to-one functions and are defined as follows.

g={(-3,6),(-2,4),(3,7),(6,-9)}

h(x)=2x-9

find the following

g^-1(6)=

h^-1(x)=

(h^-1 oh)(1)=

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