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In $11-16,$ determine if the function has an inverse. If so, list the pairs of the inverse function. If not, explain why there is no inverse function.$$\{(-1,3),(-1,5),(-2,7),(-3,9),(-4,11)\}$$

No inverse since the $x$ -value of $-1$ is paired with two different $y$ -values.

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Hi, everybody. This is section 4.8, Number 12 and were asked to tell if a function that they're giving us a set of points for has an inverse. So they're telling us right now that the set of points are one comma for two comma seven one, comma 10. And for comma 13 these are the set of points on dhe. Will this function have an inverse? But there's a little bit of a problem here. If you look at these two points, each of them have the X value of one. When X is one, it goes to four on dhe. It goes to 10. So the biggest problem here is that it's not even a function on. If it's not a function, it there's no way it's going to have an inverse. So the answer is no

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