MATH SOLVE

2 months ago

Q:
# Find the inverse of the function f(x)= 2x - 4 and show explain each step used to find the inverse.

Accepted Solution

A:

F(x) is another way of saying y

Y=2x-4

For the inverse you trade the x and y

X=2y-4

Then get y by itself

Add 4 to both sides

X+4=2y

Divide both sides by 2

X+4/2Z

Y=2x-4

For the inverse you trade the x and y

X=2y-4

Then get y by itself

Add 4 to both sides

X+4=2y

Divide both sides by 2

X+4/2Z