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Inverse functions
Functions and relations (Year 11)
Year 11
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.
Published: April 20, 2018
Length: 22 mins and 14 seconds
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