Consider the tables that represent ordered pairs

corresponding to a function and its inverse.

When comparing the functions using the values in the

table, which conclusion can be made?

Y

f(x)

0

1

1 2.

10 100

x

10

1,000 100

3 2.

O According to the tables, f(x) does not have a y-

intercept.

O According to the tables, f'(x) does not have an X-

intercept.

O The domain of f(x) is restricted such that x = 0, so

the domain of f'(x) is restricted such that y 2 0.

O The range of f(x) includes values such that y 1, so

the domain of f'(x) includes values such that x 2 1.

corresponding to a function and its inverse.

When comparing the functions using the values in the

table, which conclusion can be made?

Y

f(x)

0

1

1 2.

10 100

x

10

1,000 100

3 2.

O According to the tables, f(x) does not have a y-

intercept.

O According to the tables, f'(x) does not have an X-

intercept.

O The domain of f(x) is restricted such that x = 0, so

the domain of f'(x) is restricted such that y 2 0.

O The range of f(x) includes values such that y 1, so

the domain of f'(x) includes values such that x 2 1.

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According to the

tabletheinverse of f(x)doesnot have an x-intercept## Functions and values

The y-intercept of the point where the x-values are zero. From the table of the function f(x), the function has a y-intercept at the point where x = 0

For the table of its inverse, there is

no point where y is zero, hence the inverse of the function hasno x-interceptWe can therefore conclude that according to the

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