In mathematics the Inverse Function is considered as a function that undoes another function. If ‘g’ is a called a function then the inverse of the function ‘g’ is denoted as g-1.
The theorem for composition of inverse Functions is stated as follows-
Suppose that there are two Functions named ‘f’ and ‘g’, this would be invertible functions such that the compositions of these functions f o g will be well defined. Mathematically this can be written as shown below-
(f o g)-1 = g-1 o f-1,
To have a better understanding about the composite and inverse functions the following would be helpful.
The function composition always works from right to the left in mathematics. Here (f o g)-1 is the reverse of the process (f o g), this can be understood better by considering the functions in a different way.
Consider the function ‘g’ as putting that function on one's socks, then putting that on one's shoes. As the reverse process of (f o g) is the (f o g)-1 which is taking off one's shoes (that is f-1) and followed by taking off one's socks which is the function g-1.
To find inverse of a function there are a number of ways in mathematics and mostly the inverse of a function is preferred with the help of graphs and the algebraic operations. In other words inverse functions re defined as:
“For each Ordered Pair (x, y) in a function the denotation be ‘g’, there would be an another ordered pair (y, x) definitely in the inverse function.”
The composition of a function can be understood by the following statement:
“Suppose a function ‘g’ that operates on the function f (x) then the composition of the function would be written as [g f (x)]. This function can be renamed as h (x) = [g f (x)]”.
Composition of function is the result of one function in the form of other function. This is expressed by the small Circle. Suppose that there are two Functions ‘f’ and ‘g’, Then the composition of function ‘f’ to ‘g’ is denoted as (g o f) (x) or sometimes as g (f (x). This can not be denoted by a simple dot other wise the meaning would be the produce in spite of...Read More