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# Can anyone tell me how the domain would change once the function is inverted? watch

1. 1). f:x ≡ 4-3x x∈ℝ

and

2). f:x ≡ 2x∕5-x x≠5
2. (Original post by FarheenA)
1). f:x ≡ 4-3x x∈ℝ

and

2). f:x ≡ 2x∕5-x x≠5
A function maps a domain to a range, so the inverted function maps the original range to the original domain. So the domain of an inverted function is the range of the original function.
3. (Original post by Plagioclase)
A function maps a domain onto a range, so the inverted function maps the original range onto the original domain. So the domain of an inverted function is the range of the original function.
omg thank you so much

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