Composition and Inverse Functions "Verifying Inverse Functions" Lesson 6
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0:32 Introduction to verifying a function
1:32 Summary of ordered pairs and their function
2:55 Ex. 1
Verify f(x) = 3x -- 2 and g(x) = (x + 2)/3 are inverse functions.
4:45 Verify f (x) = x2, and g(x) =√x for x greater than 0 are inverse functions
7:20 Example 3 Are they inverse functions?
9:38 Given the following ordered pairs, write in ordered pairs of the inverse relations.
(3, 5) (5, 4) (-7, 4) are they functions
12:07 The domain of the original relation becomes the ________________ of the inverse relation. The range of the original relation becomes the ___________________ of the inverse relation.
12:41 Looking at function vs. Relation diagram
This is one video of a series of exponent and function videos Here is the complete list:
Lesson 1 Properties of Exponents
Lesson 2 Function Operation
Lesson 3 Composition of Functions
Lesson 5 Finding the inverse function
Lesson 6 Verifying Inverse Functions
Lesson 7 Inverse Functions and Graphs
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