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Algebra II

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What would be the inverse of:

f(x)= 6/x

Is it the same?

  • Algebra II -

    yes,

    if you rewrite f(x) = 6/x as
    y = 6/x then
    xy = 6

    step one in the process of finding the inverse is to interchange the x and y variables.
    Obviously you would get the same equation back again.

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