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# Let y(x) = ax2 + bx + c. The function y(x) is not invertible, however, like the function f(x) = x2 we can make some restrictions on its domain to make it invertible. Hint: Think of the example (x2) given above.Find the largest possible domain where y(x) is invertibleFind its inverse function using this domainCheck that it is indeed the inverse function by verifying the identity y−1(y(x)) =y(y−1(x)) = xShow limx→3 x2 −3x+1 = 1 using the definition of limit, that is, using ε and δ.

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Let y(x) = ax2 + bx + c. The function y(x) is not invertible, however, like the function f(x) = x2 we can make some restrictions on its domain to make it invertible. Hint: Think of the example (x2) given above.

• Find the largest possible domain where y(x) is invertible
• Find its inverse function using this domain
• Check that it is indeed the inverse function by verifying the identity y−1(y(x)) =y(y−1(x)) = x
• Show limx→3 x2 −3x+1 = 1 using the definition of limit, that is, using ε and δ.
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Step 2

a) First draw the graph for the given function as shown in below figure.

Step 3

From the above graph, x can have 2 value for each value of y.

So, horizontal test failed and the function is not invertible.

Make the function invertible with the help of restricting the domai...

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