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Learning Target #6

I can determine the inverse of a function given a table, a graph, ordered pairs and or a map.

To find the inverse of the ordered pairs, switch the domain with the range. When you are given the ordered pairs, all you need to do is switch the x and y-values with each other.

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To find the inverse of a graph, you also switch the domain and range with each other. Your x-values become your y-values, and your y-values become your x-values.

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To find the inverse of a map, it is the same as what I have done in the last two examples. Switch the domain and range of the data with each other. The numbers in the left column will be moved to the right and vice versa.

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Finding the inverse of the table is no different than the others. The x-values become the y-values, and the y-values become the x-values. This will give you a reflection over the line y=x, which is what an inverse is. As you can tell throughout all of the forms of organization for the data that the rule y=x^2 was used. This means that the original form of data is a function. However, when finding the inverse for this rule, it was not a function. You can tell that the inverse is not a function because of the repeating x-values of 4 and 1.