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Math Analysis – Inverse Functions Playlist

By | November 6, 2016

Inverse Functions Playlist A collection of tutorials on how to derive the inverses of one-to-one functions.

Math Analysis – Inverse Functions – Reciprocal

By | November 5, 2016

Inverse Reciprocal Function In this tutorial the students will learn how to derive the inverse of a reciprocal one-to-one function.

Math Analysis – Inverse Cubic Function

By | November 4, 2016

Inverse Cubic function In this tutorial students will learn how to derive the inverse of a cubic one-to-one function and then verify those results using the TI-84 Plus C. Horizontal Line Test The inverse of a function can only be found when a function is one-to-one.  A function is one-to-one when it passes the horizontal line test.… Read More »

Math Analysis – Inverse Linear Function

By | November 3, 2016

Inverse Linear Function In this tutorial students will learn how to derive the inverse of a linear one-to-one function and then verify those results with the TI-84 Plus C. First, linear functions are straight lines. Second, an inverse function can only be created if the original function is one-to-one.  One-to-one means that each x value of the… Read More »

Math Analysis – How to Derive the Inverse Function of a Rational Function – Example 2

By | November 2, 2016

Rational Inverse Function In this tutorial students will learn how to derive the inverse of a rational one-to-one function and then verify those results with the TI-84 Plus C. First, rational functions have numerators and denominators that are both polynomials. Second, an inverse function can only be created if the original function is one-to-one.  One-to-one means that… Read More »

Math Analysis – How to Derive the Inverse Function from a Rational Function

By | November 1, 2016

Inverse Functions In this tutorial students learn how to derive the inverse of a rational one-to-one function.  The students will have to understand a few key concepts to better grasp this topic. First, rational functions have numerators and denominators that are both polynomials. Second, an inverse function can only be created if the original function is one-to-one.  One-to-one… Read More »