Differentiation of Inverse Functions
Differentiation of Inverse Functions

Differentiation of Inverse Functions

by Batool Akmal

In mathematics, an inverse is a function that serves to undo another function. For example, if f(x) results in y, then plugging y into f’s inverse function results in x. A function f that has an inverse is called invertible and the inverse is denoted by f−1. The differential of an inverse function can be calculated in much the same way as a standard differentiation. Although this concept may seem abstract, it has important implications in carrying out more advanced mathematical computations.

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 Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal

Batool Akmal is the founder of A-level Maths Cardiff; a mathematics tuition and revision company in Wales, UK.
She obtained her Mathematics and Physics Degree, and Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Cardiff University.
She was the Director of the Honours Programme at St. David’s Catholic College from 2012 to 2016 and Head of Numeracy from 2017-2019.
Within Lecturio, Batool Akmal teaches courses on Calculus.

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