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3) g( x) = x

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2) h( x) = 5 + x

3

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4) f ( x) = x

3

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5) f ( x) = x +

2

2

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6) f ( x) = x

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7) h(n) = n +

3

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8) f ( x) =

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number of bushels of apples picked at a

pick-your-own orchard to the final cost for

the apples.

temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the

number of cricket chirps per minute.

It takes as input the temperature in degrees

Fahrenheit, and returns as output the

number of cricket chirps per minute

occuring at that time.

apples picked after paying an entry fee to

an orchard and returns as output the cost

of the apples (in dollars).

C(t) = 4t - 160

C(n) = 10n + 20

Write the equation for the inverse function

N(c), which takes the cost of the apples as

input and returns the number of bushels

picked as output?

inverse function T(c), which takes the

cricket chirps per minute as input and

returns as output the temperature in

degrees Fahrenheit?

trapezoid with a given height of 10 and

one base length of 7 with the length of its

other base.

amount of time (measured in minutes)

Jane spent on her homework and the

number of problems completed.

returns as output the area of the trapezoid.

A(b) = 10

worked and returns as output the number

of problems completed.

b+7

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P(m) =

inverse function B(a), which takes the

trapezoid's area as input and returns as

output the length of the other base?

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inverse function M(p), which takes the

number of problems completed as input

and returns the numbers of minutes

worked?

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the original function, the original

function's range becomes the inverse

function's _____.

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( f 32) allows you

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to convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees

Celsius. Find the inverse of the function so

that you can convert degrees Celsius back

to degrees Fahrenheit.

If a function uses variables other than x

and y for its input and output variables,

you take the original equation and solve

for the input variable to find the inverse.

degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit. Use

this function to convert 20 degrees Celsius

to degrees Fahrenheit.

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F (c) = c + 32

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20C = _____ F

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