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If f is a function defined from R to R, is given by f(x) = x^{2} then f ^{1}(x) is given by?
For some bijective function inverse of that function is not bijective.
A function f(x) is defined from A to B then f ^{1} is defined __________
For an inverse to exist it is necessary that a function should be __________
Let f(x) = x then number of solution to f(x) = f ^{1}(x) is zero.
f(x) is a bijection than f ^{1}(x) is a mirror image of f(x) around y = x.
If f is a function defined from R to R, is given by f(x) = 3x – 5 then f ^{–1}(x) is given by __________
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