Functions and relations

Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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This lesson looks at what inverse functions are and how to find the domain, range and inverse for functions. It looks at what functions are, how one-to-one functions are the only things which can have inverses.

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Methods 1 and 2
Maths Methods
VCE Maths Methods
What are inverse functions
How do I draw inverse functions
How do I use algebra for inverse functions
What does an inverse function look like
How do I find the domain of an inverse function
How do I find the range of an inverse function
VCE Methods
Inverse functions
Inverse functions maths