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Can someone explain what the graph would look like for :
y=-4x^2-2 and it's inverse

  • algebre -

    if you're talking about inverses, you must have done some work by now with quadratics. You know that y is a parabola, opening downward.

    The graph has two values of x for each y, so there is no general inverse.

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