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Determine which pair(s) of function(s)represent inverses of each other.
1. f(x)= 8x+1
g(x)= 8x8
2. f(x)= 3x+2
g(x)= x2/3
3. f(x)= 5x+2
g(x)= x/52

What grade are you in and the function is x3 + 2
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