How do you graph the inverse function of g(x) = -4x
I forgot how to do this if you explain it will all come to my head, thanks.
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Given the function:
First we will graph the function g(x).
The inverse function is the reflection of the original function over the line y=x ( id function).
`g(x)= -4x` ( blue line)
`g^-1 (x) = -x/4` ( red line.)
`y= x` ( id function) ( black line)
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