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Choose any two specific functions (not already chosen by a classmate) that have inverses. Use your chosen functions to answer any one of the following questions:

If the inverses of two functions are both functions, will the inverse of the composite function made by the original functions also be a function?
If the inverses of two functions are both functions, will the inverse of the sum or difference of the original functions also be a function?
If the inverses of two functions are both functions, will the inverse of the product or quotient of the original functions also be a function?

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  1. No one here can answer this. Do you know why?

    ~~~> (not already chosen by a classmate)
    How would anyone here know??

  2. It doesn't need to be a classmate. Rachelle was just looking for an answer bc she didn't know how to do it. All she was looking for was help and anyone smart could've figured it out for her, but apparently, u r not smart enough. So just shut up if u don't know the answer, just don't say anything. (Not that u aren't smart, Rachelle, I am, and I still need help sometimes)

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