By Robert T Smith

ISBN-10: 0073309443

ISBN-13: 9780073309446

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In this way, we define 2x for x irrational to fill in the gaps in the graph of y = 2x for x rational. That is, if x is irrational and a < x < b, for rational numbers a and b, then 2a < 2x < 2b . This is the logic behind the definition of irrational powers. If for some reason you wanted to find the bacterial population after π hours, you can use your calculator or computer to obtain the approximate population: P(π ) = 2π · 100 ≈ 882. For your convenience, we now summarize the usual rules of exponents.

40 So, x = f −1 (y) = (y + 5)1/3 . Reversing the variables x and y gives us 20 Ϫ4 Finding an Inverse Function f −1 (x) = (x + 5)1/3 . 4 A Function That Is Not One-to-One Show that f (x) = 10 − x 4 does not have an inverse. 46) that f is not one-to-one; for instance, f (1) = f (−1) = 9. Consequently, f does not have an inverse. 45 y = x3 − 5 Most often, we cannot find a formula for an inverse function and must be satisfied with simply knowing that the inverse function exists. 5 is typical of this situation.

56. sin θ = 12 , π 2 ≤ θ ≤ π; find tan θ. 25. f (x) = 3 sin 2x 26. f (x) = 2 cos 3x In exercises 57–64, use a triangle to simplify each expression. Where applicable, state the range of x’s for which the simplification holds. 27. f (x) = 5 cos 3x 28. f (x) = 3 sin 5x 57. cos (sin−1 x) 58. cos (tan−1 x) 29. f (x) = 3 cos (2x − π/2) 30. f (x) = 4 sin (3x + π) 31. f (x) = −4 sin x 32. f (x) = −2 cos 3x 59. tan (sec−1 x) 60. cot (cos−1 x) 61. sin cos−1 1 2 62. cos sin−1 1 2 63. tan cos−1 3 5 64. csc sin−1 2 3 In exercises 25–32, identify the amplitude, period and frequency.

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