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To find the inverse of a rational function y = f(x): Replace f(x) with y. Interchange x and y. Solve the resultant equation for y. The result would give the inverse f-1 (x). Example: Find the inverse of the rational function f(x) = (2x - 1) / (x + 3).
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f ( y) = 4 a 2 y + y. which has the following property: f ( − y) = − 4 a 2 y − y = − f ( y) which means that f ( y) is an odd function, point symmetric around the origin, hence f ( x) is
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