In this lesson, you will learn how to find the inverse of a linear function by interchanging the input and output values. By using algebraic processes, such as solving for y and flipping the coordinates, you can easily find the inverse of the function. By following these steps, you can understand how to take a function and find its inverse, allowing for a deeper understanding of linear functions.
How to find the inverse of a linear function
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