Sender: "Leanne Hickey" Subject: inverses of functions heres the question.... Let f(x) = 2x^{2} 3x + 2. Find f^{1}(4) given the fact that f(2) = 4. So the question is finding the inverse of 4, he said it's easier than it looks. thanks alot Hi Leanne,
Functions behave like the square root button on a calculator. You give it a number and it gives you an answer. If you give the square root function the number 16 it gives you the answer 4. For your function f(x) = 2x^{2} 3x + 2 if you give it the input number 2 it gives you the answer 4 and if you give it the input number 3 it gives you the answer 11.
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