Inversion is the process of creating the opposite. Familiar examples include multiplicative inverse $2 \mapsto 1/2$, inverting functions $f(x) \mapsto f^{-1}(x)$, matrix inverse $M \mapsto M^{-1}$ etc. Please include an additional subject tag such as (linear-algebra) or (arithmetic) to help clarify ...

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Inverse function table

I am required to create a table of values (like the one above) for h-1(x). Because x is ordered, i am just wondering, would the two tables would be identical? I just feel a little insulted that's ...
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inverse fourier transform of unit impulse function of omega

What is the inverse fourier transform of the unit impulse function of omega. Sorry I've not got the symbol in my phone. It Should looks like §(W).. Sorry for the special symbols.
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Inverse of elementary functions

which may be two right inverse of: 1) $h:\Re \rightarrow [0,\infty) $ defined by $h(x)=|x|$ 2) $k:\Re \rightarrow [1,\infty)$ defined by $k(x)= e^{x^2}$
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$\sqrt{4x -3}$ injective? Bijective? Inverse?

I'm shown part of the function $g(x) = \sqrt{4x-3}$. Is it injective? I said yes as per definition if $f(x) = f(y)$, then $x =y$. Is this right? Under what criteria is $g(x)$ bijective? For what ...
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Inverse of a number within certain modular base

How does one get the inverse of (7) within mod 11 i know the answer is to be 8, but have no idea how to reach or calculate that figure likewise same here again, inverse of (3) within mod 13 is (9) ...
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Functions problem: surjectivity and direct and inverse image theory

I need some help with this problem, if sombody could give me any idea of how to solve it (not the solution itself, but it would be better) I will appreciate it: for a function $f: A → B$, prove $ ∀ Z ...
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Verify matrix identity

The question: Show that if $A$, $B$, and $A+B$ are invertible matrices with the same size, then: $$A(A^{-1}+B^{-1})B(A+B)^{-1} = I$$ I began by multiplying the first $A$: ...
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Analytic inverse of $f(z) \neq 0, f(0) = 0, f'(z) \neq 0 $ within minimum modulus on boundary.

Suppose $f(z)$ is analytic on closed disk of radius $r$ and $f(0)=0$, $f'(z) \neq 0$. Show that $f$ has an analytic inverse on $\{|z| \leq m\}$ where $m$ is the minimum of $|f(z)|$ on $\{|z| = r\}$. ...
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Inverse Laplace Transform with time delay and extra factor

I am attempting to solve a PDE $$y_{tt} = y_{xx}, -\infty < x < 0,\ t > 0$$ with boundary conditions $$ y_x(0,t) = k(t),\ y(x,t) \rightarrow 0\ \mbox{as}\ x \rightarrow -\infty,\ y(x,0) = 0,\ ...
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Closed form expression for the S-transform of a random variable?

I'm trying to compute the S-transform as described in this review article on random matrix theory (section 2.2.6). They define it as $\Sigma_X(\gamma) = -\frac{\gamma+1}{\gamma}\eta_X^{-1}(1+\gamma)$ ...
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Computing $\arctan x$ in terms of a certain collection of other functions

I know that $$\tan(x) = \frac{\sin(x)}{\cos(x)}.$$ Does this relationship hold in the inverse in any form? For example: atan(x) = asin(x) / acos(x), or atan(x) = acos(x) / asin(x), or atan(x) = ...
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Is it true that all the 2*2 matrices must have inverse matrices? [on hold]

Are these following statements correct? (a) All the 2*2 matrices must have inverse matrices. (b) If matrix A has the inverse, A must be a square matrix. (c) If matrix A is a square matrix, it may ...
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Inverse function of $x^x$

How can I find the inverse function of $f(x) = x^x$? I cannot seem to find the inverse of this function, or any function in which there is both an $x$ in the exponent as well as the base. I have tried ...
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Derivation of matrix diagonalisation formula? [on hold]

I can't seem to find a derivation of $A=P^TDP$ or an explanation of why this works or why it is important. I would be very grateful if someone could explain this, or perhaps give any useful lis about ...
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Showing topological properties of a function

Let $f$ be a function from a set $X$ into a set $Y$. prove: i) the function $f$ has an inverse if and only if $f$ is bijective ii) let $g_1$ and $g_2$ be functions from Y into X. If $g_1$ and $g_2$ ...
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Is it possible that $(f\circ g)(x)=x$ and $(g\circ f)(x)\ne x$?

Is it possible that $(f\circ g)(x)=x$ and $(g\circ f)(x)\ne x$ In other words, To show $f$ and $g$ are inverse, is it enough to show $(f\text{ o }g)(x)=x$? I have never witnessed a case in which the ...
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inverse of semi infinite toeplitz matrix

I have a semi infinite toeplitz matrix of the form $ A=\left(\begin{array}{ccccc} A_{0} & A_{1} & 0 & 0 & \cdots\\ A_{-1} & A_{0} & A_{1} & 0 & \cdots\\ 0 & A_{-1} ...
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“Fix” an Inaccurate Matrix Inverse

I have $A$, a poorly-conditioned (but not singular) matrix. The matrix $B\approx A^{-1}$ (currently computed using double-precision Gaussian elimination), is rather further from the true $A^{-1}$ ...
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Show if $(a,p)=1$ there is a unique inverse of $a$ modulo $p$

In a proof of Wilson's theorem, I read this identity and just wondered how to prove it: When $1\leq a\leq p-1$, we have $(a,p)=1$, so there exists a unique $\overline{a}$ with $a\overline{a}\equiv ...
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When does a function have an inverse?

I have been told that a function has an inverse if it is one-to-one or injective, but how can we rigorously prove this? I have been struggling to find a proof for days.
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Inverse $z$ transform - contour integration

Here is my task: Find inverse $z$ transform of $$X(z)=\frac{1}{2-3z}$$if $$|z|>\frac{2}{3}$$ using definition formula. I found that $$x(n)=\dfrac{1}{3}\left (\dfrac{2}{3}\right ...
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Solve the triangle using the law of Cosine

$a = 20$, $c= 20$, $B = 30^\circ$, $\cos 30^\circ = \frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}$ Using the law of cosine: $b^2 = a^2 + c^2 - 2ac\cos(B)$ \begin{align*} b^2 & = 20^2 + 20^2 -2(20)(20)\frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}\\ ...
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Deriving the inverse of RGB to HSV transformation

Today we had the conversion from RGB to HSV coordinates and vice versa in a multimedia systems exam. And I was puzzled between the conversion. RGB and HSV are of course the color spaces. The ...
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If I have two functions defined from $\mathbb{R^3} \to \mathbb{R}$, can they be inverses?

I am taking an economics class and I am not getting some straight answers about the conditions under which I can say that a map from $$\Bbb{R}^3 \rightarrow \Bbb{R}$$ can be reduced to a map from ...
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Find an example of continuous but not increasing function whose inverse function doesn't satisfy the Inverse Function Theorem

I have to find an example of a function $f:[a,b]→R$ which is continuous, but not strictly increasing, such that no inverse function $f^{−1}$ satisfy the property of the Inverse Function Theorem.
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Finding possible inverses of a modulo function

I know how to find $one$ inverse via the euclidean algorithm, but I can't figure out how to find more of them. For example: Find an inverse $x$, of $57$ $modulo$ $100$ Or an $x$ such that $57x ≡ 1$ ...
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Differentiating inverse hyperbolic function

I am trying to differentiate $\tanh^{−1}\left(x/(1 + x^2)\right)$, but am finding it difficult understanding what to do. I think you have to place the differential of the angle of the hyperbolic ...
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Different Inverse Approach

As it is known, we use inverse (Gauss Elm, Jordan...) or pseudo-inverse methods (LU, SVD, Chol, QR...) to solve linear equation namely $ A*x=b$ when $A$ is $[m,n]$ and $b$ is $[1,n]$ matrix. These all ...
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Functions - Inverses of graphs.

The question reads: sketch the graph of y=-3-x along with its inverse. From calculating the equation of the inverse graph, I come to y=-3-x, using the swap method. I then tried to plot both graphs ...
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Find the inverse fourier transform of simple function

Suppose that the fourier transform of a signal $x(t)$ is $\hat x(u)=\frac{1}{2u_m}(1+\cos (\frac{\pi u}{u_m}))$ where $u_m \geq |u|$.$t$ here stands for time so $t \geq 0$ We sample the original ...
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for $1 \geq x \geq 0: {2x^2\over{(2+x)}} \leq y \Rightarrow x \leq \left(\frac{3}{2} y \right)^{1/2}$

So what I did is prove that $f(x) := {2x^2\over{2+x}}$ is increasing and then invert $f$ on $[0,\infty]$ this yields $(f\restriction_{[0,\infty[})^{-1}(y) = \frac{1}{4}(y+\sqrt{y}\sqrt{y+16})$ and ...
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Difficult examples of invertible, differentiable functions

Give an example of: 1)$f:\mathbb R^2 \to \mathbb R^2$ such that $f$ is invertible in some neighbourhood of $x_0$ (that is $f$ is locally invertible) but $|Jf(x)|=0$ (jacobian determinant) $\forall x$ ...
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Inversion of a pairing function

I was reading this question on this site and I saw that the following pairing function was mentioned (a modified version of Cantor function): $$\langle x, y\rangle = x * y + ...
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Find Functions That Can Be Inverted from Their Sums

I have the following situation:$$ f_1(x_1) + f_1(x_2) + f_1(x_3) + \cdots + f_1(x_n) = c_1\\ f_2(x_1) + f_2(x_2) + f_2(x_3) + \cdots + f_2(x_n) = c_2\\ \vdots\\ f_n(x_1) + f_n(x_2) + f_n(x_3) + ...
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Inverse of an ordered pair?

Let $f: A \to B$ be a bijective function where $A = [0, 2\pi)$ and $B$ is the unit circle. Find the inverse of $f(\theta) = (\cos\theta, \sin\theta)$. I don't understand what it means to take the ...
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Linearization of hyperbolic function with unknown exponent

I have a graph that is clearly some inverse function of the form $y=Ax^n$ where n is a negative. I want to linearize this graph to give me the values of A and n without merely approximating the ...
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Exponential Function Equation and inverse Pre-Cal

I am not completely sure if I wrote the equation correctly. For A I wrote: $m(t)=100(b^x)$ Not sure it is correct...but how do I find the inverse? That doesn't make sense to me. Do I use log?
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$A^{-1}$ has integer entries if and only if the ${\rm det}\ (A) =\pm 1$

So, $A$ is a nxn matrix with integer entried. The question is to prove that $A^{-1}$ has all integer entries if and only if ${\rm det}\ (A) =\pm 1$ I know that $A^{-1}= {\rm adj}(A)/{\rm det}(A)$ ...
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Simplifying the inverse of the sum of 2 matrices

I would like to simplify the following inverse computation : $$(D+A)^{−1}$$ where $A=UΣU^T$ (eigenvalue decomposition). And D is a diagonal matrix such that $D = \lambda \boldsymbol{I}$ I know the ...
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Is there an easier way to find the inverse of a 3x3 matrix?

I know the normal process is to do row operations to transform the matrix to get the identity matrix and then apply the same row operations in the identity matrix to get the inverse. But this process ...
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Matrix inversion via Levi-Civita symbols

Using Cramer's formula for the inverse of a matrix $M_{ij}$, is it possible to express the entries $(M^{-1})_{ij}$ in terms of the entries $M_{ij}$ using the Levi-Civita symbol and Kronecker deltas? ...
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Show that $Y$ is invertible

Let X be a $40\times40$ matrix such that $X^3 = 2I$. I want to show that $Y= X^2 -2X + 2I$ is invertible as well. I tried working with the equations to see if I can get Y as a product of matrices ...
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inverse of sum of diagonal matrix and eigendecomposition

I would like to simplify the following inverse computation : $$(D + A)^{-1}$$ where $A=U\Sigma U^T$ (eigenvalue decomposition). And D is a diagonal matrix I know the inverse of A is ...
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Find the inverse of a piece-wise continuous function

I have the following piecewise continuous function: $$f(x)=\begin{cases}3x+1,~x\gt 0\\2-x^2,~x\leq 0\end{cases}$$ and I need to find its right inverse. Thus far I got that ...
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Why does the Gaussian-Jordan elimination works when finding the inverse matrix?

In order to find the inverse matrix $A^{-1}$, one can apply Gaussian-Jordan elimination to the augmented matrix $$(A \mid I)$$ to obtain $$(I \mid C),$$ where $C$ is indeed $A^{-1}$. However, I fail ...
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Prove that $\det(A) \cdot v \, A^{-1} = \det(A+uv) \cdot v \, (A+uv)^{-1}$.

Let $A$ be a $n \times n$ matrix, $u$ a $n \times 1$ matrix and $v$ a $1 \times n$ matrix. If $A$ and $(A+uv)$ are invertible, prove that $$ \det(A) \cdot v \, A^{-1} = \det(A+uv) \cdot v \, ...
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Searching for a function where the inverse exists in a neighborhood of a point, but the Jacobian is zero.

I'm looking for a function f in $\mathbb{R}^2$ such that the inverse function therem at some point P = (x,y) does not give an answer of whether the function is invertable in some neighborhood of P, ...
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Problems with the inverse of a banded matrix: not invertible?

I am creating with a software a banded matrix, which is also symmetric. In fact, its definition comes from an array, Array[q], whose length is ...
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Find the multiplicative inverse of $5$ in $\mathbb Z_{73}$

I'm having some trouble with this question. The inverse should result in $44$ but I am getting $29$ $$73 = 14 \times 5 + 3$$ $$5 = 1 \times 3 + 2$$ $$3 = 1 \times 2 + 1$$ so $\gcd(73,5)=1$ using ...
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Invert an Excel function containing the tangent

In the following excel formula: =95*1*1/TAN(RADIANS(M3-(10.3/2.01)))/5280) $M3=2.63715$ and let's say the result of this formula is: $5.508306483$ What would ...