Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Building Functions - HSF-BF.B.4d
What are Invertible Functions? If you think that mathematical functions are difficult and they make you anxious, then don't worry. Here, we will help you understand everything that scares you in the simplest terms. Just like everything has an opposite, like day and night, hot and cold, shiny and dull, functions also have opposites or inverses that are known as invertible. Not every function has an inverse. In the most general sense, functions that reverse each other are known as inverses. A function is known as invertible only your input has a unique output. To clarify, each output is paired with exactly one input so that when you reverse the input, it will still be a function. Consider a function; f(y)= 4y + 6 Then, the inverse of the function will be f - 1(y)= y-6/4 These worksheets and lessons look at special functions that are unique in that each input has a unique output.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Inverse Functions
Step-by-step Lesson-See if you can find the inverse of the given
- Guided Lesson
- These problems have several steps for you to run through to get
them prepared for the final step.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- Swapping out the x and y variables help here a lot.
- Practice Worksheet
- You will find all four standard formats of functions to work with
- Matching Worksheet
- Don't forget about the notation used for an inverse of a function.
We start with very deliberate values for f(x).
We introduce multiple operations in these problems.
Math Skill Quizzes
These function table questions might take a little extra time.