Recall that a relation R is a set of ordered pairs. The inverse relation is also the set of ordered pairs in which the coordinates of each ordered pair of R, are reversed. For example, if the ordered pair (2,4) were in the relation, it would come up as (4,2) in its inverse. Inverse of a function is a special case of an inverse relation. Check the video to see how these two are different, and to learn more about the domain and the range. There's a procedure that you need to follow to construct an inverse function, which is explained in an easy step-by-step way in the video.
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Inverse Functions and Relations
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