One-to-one functions and implied domains
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One-to-one functions and implied domains
Functions and relations (Year 11)
Year 11
This video takes a look at what a one-to-one function is and how you can tell if a function is one to one. It looks at why you might want to have a one to one function (for inverses) and what implied domains are. It takes a look at the square root graph and how you can find the implied domains for this, and other graphs.
Published: April 13, 2018
Length: 13 mins and 06 seconds
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mathematics Methods Mathematical Methods Unit 1 and 2 VCE Methods 1 and 2 maths One to One Functions Domains Domain Implied Domain Inverses
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