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    Question 8a. I get that I have to work out the range of the function first in order to get the domain of the inverse.

    How would I find the range? I draw it out and the y cooerdinate is (0,1) but range seems to be < 3??
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    https://07a69ccf283966549a9350d1a669...%20Edexcel.pdf

    Question 8a. I get that I have to work out the range of the function first in order to get the domain of the inverse.

    How would I find the range? I draw it out and the y cooerdinate is (0,1) but range seems to be < 3??
    draw out the f(x) graph and you will see there is an assymptote at y=3, hence the range of f(x) is f(x) < 3

    we can then deduce the domain of the inverse function from this
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    draw out the f(x) graph and you will see there is an assymptote at y=3, hence the range of f(x) is f(x) < 3

    we can then deduce the domain of the inverse function from this
    i did draw it several times im still getting wrong? mind showing me a worked solution
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    i did draw it several times im still getting wrong? mind showing me a worked solution
    does this help
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    (Original post by Katiee224)
    does this help
    i got the same shape but the Y cooerdiante is 1?
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    (Original post by imran_)
    i got the same shape but the Y cooerdiante is 1?
    yes that's right, it crosses the y axis at 1 and the x axis at -1
 
 
 
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