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Inverse Functions
Choose an example function from the drop down menu or define your own function by typing in the box. Restrict its domain so that it becomes an invertible function, and plot the inverse. Note that there are often many ways to restrict a function's domain so that it becomes invertible, only one of which is provided here.
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