confirm that f and g are inverses by showing that f(g(x)) = x and g(f(x)) = x.,

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The inverse of an identity is a function that, when inputted with the same value as the first parameter, will return the same output. For example, inverses for multiplication are division and addition. Inverses for subtraction are addition and multiplication. In this blog post we will focus on two functions: f(x) = x2 + 5x – 6 and g(x) = x3 + 12×2 – 72. To confirm whether these functions are inverses of each other we must find out if they satisfy both equations below: f(g(x)) = x g(f (x)) = x It is relatively straightforward to verify that f(g(x)) = x. This equation can be shown in a table below: input x result output 0 0 18 -12 -72 246 87 72 22 f (g(x)) = x because as long as the input of g is the same, we will get an output of f and vice versa. The same reasoning applies to checking if g satisfies this equation for all inputs or not; since it does, then both functions are inverse one another. Hence, they’re inverses! If you want more practice with finding out whether two equations satisfy each other or not make sure to check out our blog post on solving quadratics via


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