Functions and relations

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

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Inverse functions are probably a lot easier than people think. This video is here to show you how easy they are.
I look at what an inverse function is graphically and how we can take the inverse of relations using algebra. I look at what an inverse function is and how it can only take place if the function is a one-to-one function.
There are examples of how to draw them and some of the algebra tricks which can be used to try and make something which is relatively simple, feel a lot more complicated.

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Methods 3 and 4
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relations
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domain and range
inverse function algebra
how to find the inverse of a function
intersection of inverses
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