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Chapter A.4, Problem 51PS

Textbook Problem

The graphs of a function and its inverse are shown in Figure 9. Use the graphs to find:

a. *f* (0)

b. * f* (1)

c. *f* (2)

d. *f*^{-1}(1)

e. *f*^{-1}(2)

f. *f*^{-1}(5)

g. *f*^{-1}[*f* (2)]

h. *f*^{ }[*f ^{-}*

Figure 9

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