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Derivatives of component inverse functions

I might have missed the point of the following questions. Anyone kindly give a suggestion? Let $f:\mathbb{R}_\mathbf{x}^3\to\mathbb{R}_\mathbf{y}^3$ and ...
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Finding the derivatives of inverse functions at given point of c

Hoping someone can help me the understand the steps to solve a problem like this. I'm guessing it involves the formula: $\frac{d}{dx}f^{-1}(f(x))=1/f'(x)$. Am I right in this assumption? I would post ...
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Inverse function theorem question - multivariable calculus

This is an exercise in Inverse Function Theorem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inverse_function_theorem we are given the function $f:\mathbb R^2 \to \mathbb R^2$, $f(x,y)=(e^x \cos y,e^x \sin y)$ 1) ...
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Find the range of arcsin$((1-x^2)^{0.5})$

Title says it all, how do you get the answer to this? So far I only reach $0<1-x^2<pi/2$ but I get an invalid answer from here. the correct answer is $0<x<pi/2$. Any help is appreciated, ...
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Prove Inverse Function [closed]

Consider the function $f:\Bbb R\times\Bbb R→\Bbb R\times\Bbb R$ defined by $$f(x,y)=(x+y,x-y)$$ This function is invertible. Show that the inverse function is given by $$f^{-1} (a,b)=\left( ...
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Find the inverse of a function.

$$ g:[-1,1] \to \mathbb R\\ g(x)={\frac{x}{x+2}} $$ $f:[-1,1] \to$ range of f. Find the inverse of $ f.$ $\forall y\in \text{range of }g$ there exist some ${\frac{2y}{1-y}}\in [-1,1]$ such that ...
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Primes and Inverses of an integer

I have the following question which I do not understand. Here it is: Consider the primes $5$, $7$ and $11$ as n. For each integer from $1$ through $n - 1$, calculate its inverse. I do not ...
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Is the pseudoinverse of a singular, lower triangular matrix itself lower triangular?

Suppose $L\in\mathbb{R}^{n\times n}$ is a singular, lower triangular matrix. Is its psuedoinverse, $L^\dagger\in\mathbb{n\times n}$, also lower triangular? I have already proved by induction that the ...
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Implicit Function Theorem to show no function can be one to one

Apply Implicit Function Theorem to show that no $C^1$ function $f:\mathbb{R}^2\rightarrow\mathbb{R}$ can be one to one near any point of its domain. Repeat the proof by using Inverse Mapping Theorem ...
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Apply Implicit Function Theorem

Apply Implicit Function Theorem to show that no $C^1$ function $f:\mathbb{R}^2\rightarrow\mathbb{R}$ can be one to one near any point of its domain. Repeat the proof by using Inverse Mapping Theorem ...
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What is the inverse of this function?

please help me to find out the inverse this function, $$f(x)=\frac{e^x+e^{-x}}{e^x-e^{-x}}$$ I know that, let $$y=\frac{e^{x}+e^{-x}}{e^{x}-e^{-x}}$$ and if I find $x=\cdots$ then that is the ...
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Can someone please help with my inverse function and sets discrete math problem?

To save me some time writing everything out in latex, I'm adding a picture of the question and Ill try to explain what I understand for the problem. Just a heads up, I'm really not sure how to do this ...
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Finding the integral of an inverse cosine function?

I've just been having trouble with this question: "Differentiate $xcos^{-1}x$ and hence find the integral of $cos^{-1}x$. Hint: Try using the substitution $u=1-x^2$." Finding the derivative wasn't ...
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Expressing an inverse trig function?

I just need a little help with this question: "Express cos$y$ in terms of cos $y/2$ and hence show that tan$^{-1} sqrt[(1-x)/(1+x)] = 1/2$ cos$^{-1}x$, for $0<x<1$." I can do the first part, ...
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Inverse of $f(x) = 18sin(\frac{x\pi}{7})+20$

This is an exercise taken from Mooculus-textbook (page 17, exercise 5 to be exact). The task given is to find an inverse for $f(x) = 18\sin(\frac{x\pi}{7})+20$ (restricting domain to $[3.5,10.5]$) ...
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Inverse Z transformation in specific points

I'm given $$H(z)=\frac{z^4+6z}{z^6+1}$$ and I need to find $h(k)$ for $k=0,1,2,3,4$. Where $H(z)$ is the Z transformation of $h(k)$. Since H is very complicated, I believe some trick could be ...
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Inverse Z transformation of 1/(z^2(z^2+1)^2)

I need to find the inverse Z transformation of $\frac{1}{z^2(z^2+1)^2}$ So far, I've tried using the convolution property, and so, inverting $\frac{1}{z(z^2+1)}$, gave me $-0.5i({{(-i)}^k-i^k})$ for ...
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Calculate inverse modulo: $8^{-13}\pmod {29}$

How can I calculate $8^{-13}\pmod{29}$ ? I don't get how it works. Can I do it separately? So first $8^{-13}$ and then modulo $29$. And how can I calculate a negative power the quickest?
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The differentiability class of the inverse function

Here's the final part of a proof (from Marden's Elementary Classical Analysis) of the inverse function theorem, where we have been given that $f$ is of class $C^p$: Could someone please explain the ...
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Finding inverse of a matrix

This question is in my assignment. We are not allowed to use any symbol to represent any elementary row and column operations used in the solution. We must solve it step-by-step. Please help me to ...
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Finding the inverse function

The question is to find the inverse function of $$f(x)=x-(2\sqrt{x})+1$$ I first found that the domain of definition is $\,x\ge 0$ Then studied the variation of the function and it is decreasing ...
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Inverse functions and tangent line

Let $f(x) = \frac14x^3 + 12x + 6$ and let $y = f^{-1}(x)$ be the inverse function of $f$. Determine the $x$-coordinates of the two points on the graph of the inverse function where the tangent line is ...
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Computing the inverse Laplace transform of this?

What's the correct way to go about computing the Inverse Laplace transform of this? $$\frac{-2s + 1}{(s^2+2s+5)}$$ I Completed the square on the bottom but what do you do now? $$\frac{-2s + ...
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How do I find the inverse function of a polynomial with $x^5$?

I've been stumped on this problem for hours and cannot figure out how to do it from tons of tutorials. Please note: This is an intro to calculus, so we haven't learned derivatives or anything too ...
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Inverse of a polynomial function

I want to find the inverse of $f(x)=\frac{3}{4}x^2-\frac{1}{4}x^3 $ when $0<x<2$. According to wolfram the answer is inverse I would like to know how can I find wolfram's inverse.
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inverse of laplace transform

How to compute this inverse Laplace transform ? $$\displaystyle{ \mathcal{L^{-1}} \left\{ \frac{1}{s(\exp(s)+1)} \right\} }$$ Thanks.
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If $A^2$ is invertible, then $A$ is also invertible?

True or False: If $A^2$ is invertible, then $A$ is also invertible. ($A$ is a matrix here.) The answer is true. I was trying to come up with an example that makes this false. But I couldn't. ...
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Proof that an inverse of a possibly noncomputable function is possibly not decidable

I'm stuck with the following homework: Given an fixed function $f:\mathbb{N}\to\mathbb{N}$. $f$ is an arbitrary (possibly not computable, possibly partial) function. Show that the set $\{f(42)\}$ is ...
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What does this syntax mean: “$f^{-1} : N_{10} \Rightarrow N_b $ is the inverse of $f: N N_{b} \Rightarrow N_{10}$?”

I'm trying to solve this but I haven't seen syntax like this before. Can someone please explain the syntax? http://i.imgur.com/GO1Ki.png The image is Show that the one-to-one function $f^{-1} : ...
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Help with restricted domain of a function to find inverse

Restrict the domain of $f(x)$ to find inverse: \begin{align} f(x) & = x^2+6x+9 = (x+3)^2 \\ g(x) & = \sqrt{x} - 3 \end{align}
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Multivariable Inverse Function problem

Consider the system of equations $$\left\{\begin{align*} &x^5 v^2 + 2y^3 u = 3\\ &3yu - xu v^3 = 2\;. \end{align*}\right.$$ Show that near the point $(x,y,u,v) = (1,1,1,1)$, this system ...
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Finding The Equivalence Class

Okay, so the question I am working on is, "Suppose that A is a nonempty set, and $f$ is a function that has A as its domain. Let R be the relation on A consisting of all ordered pairs $(x, y)$ such ...
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How does adding extra row and column of ones affect a matrix's inverse?

I'm working on a homework problem, and I'm stuck. I guess my linear algebra still needs some work... I've arrived at $\mathbf{D}= \left[ \begin{matrix} \mathbf{C} & \mathbf{1}^T \\ \mathbf{1} ...
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What is the Inverse function of $f(x)=192x-16x^2$?

What is the inverse function of: $$f(x)=192x-16x^{2}$$ I have been finding myself going in a circle in trying to complete this problem which otherwise looks simple, but for some reason I am at a ...
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Determine invertible and inverses in $(\mathbb Z_8, \ast)$

Let $\ast$ be defined in $\mathbb Z_8$ as follows: $$\begin{aligned} a \ast b = a +b+2ab\end{aligned}$$ Determine all the invertible elements in $(\mathbb Z_8, \ast)$ and determine, if possibile, ...
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Identity element, invertible and inverse elements in $(\mathbb Z_7 \times \mathbb Z_{10}, \odot)$

Let $T=\mathbb Z_7 \times \mathbb Z_{10}$ and let $\odot$ be the operation defined as follows: $$\begin{aligned} (a,b)\odot(c,d) = (2+a+c, 3bd)\end{aligned}$$ Find the identity element, the inverse ...
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Prove inequality with norms and matrices

Prove that if $A$ is invertible and $||A-B||<||A^{-1}||^{-1}$ then $$\lVert A^{-1} - B^{-1}\rVert \leq \lVert A^{-1}\rVert \frac{\lVert I-A^{-1}B\rVert}{1-\lVert I-A^{-1}B\rVert}.$$ I also need ...
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Sufficient to show that $\sinh(\operatorname{arcsinh}(x))=x$ for arcsinh being the inverse of sinh?

I have to show that arcsinh is the inverse function to sinh. I checked that $\sinh(\operatorname{arcsinh}(x))=x$. Is that sufficient or do I also need to show that ...