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Matchoo
03/21/09 10:35am

Hello

I'm new to Mathematica, and while I've made enough progress to do most of what I wanted, I seem to have hit a wall.

What I'm trying to do is plot the function "f[x]=x+1" and it's inverse function "f^-1[x]", reflected in the line "y=x".

I've been trying to plot the three lines, then combine them.

I've plotted "f[x]=x+1" and "y=x", but I don't know how to plot "f^-1[x]".

I'd appreciate any and all help with this. :)

Thanks

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Author Date Posted
Plotting inverse functions Matchoo 03/21/09 10:35am
Re: Plotting inverse functions Tom 03/28/09 01:04am
Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Matchoo 03/28/09 12:21pm
Re: Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Tom 03/29/09 12:05pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Matchoo 03/31/09 5:12pm
Re: Plotting inverse functions Peter Pein 03/28/09 7:17pm
Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Matchoo 03/30/09 06:02am
Re: Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Tom 03/31/09 4:56pm
Re: Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Peter Pein 03/31/09 5:37pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Plotting inverse functions Matchoo 04/02/09 04:51am
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