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Finding? ?inverse? f ? unctions ? a. Find the inverse of each?function (o ? n the given interval, if s ? pecified) a ? nd write ? ?1? it in the f?orm? y = f (x ? ). ?1? ?1? ? b. ?Verify the re ? l?atio?nships f(?f ?(x ? ))? ? x? and f (f ? ? )) = x? . ? ? ? f(?x) = 3?x 3

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