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Topic: Inverse functions
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Michael Hamm

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Re: Inverse functions
Posted: Oct 9, 2002 9:08 PM
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Anonymous asked why
> find the inverse of a linear or quadratic equation? What is the real
> world application


You recall how to get centigrade temperature from Fahrenheit, you are on
vacation, you read in Le Monde it's 35 degrees, and you want to know
whether you need a winter coat.

Take care,

Michael Hamm
BA scl Math, PBK, NYU
mhamm@artsci.wustl.edu
http://www.crosswinds.net/~msh210/

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