Show that f is inverse of g and vice-versa, if
f(x)=x−6 and g(x)=x+6
=kx−15, if x=4
Evaluate the constant k that makes the function continuous.
Prove that f is onto.
4 and 2i are zeros.
Find an nth-degree polynomial function with real coefficients
Prove that f is one-to-one.
Given an indicated variable:
Solve it for n
Show that f(x)=x−6 and g(x)=x+6 are inverses of each other.
Transform the equation r=12 from polar to rectangular form.
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