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**has**NO

**INVERSE**, IF IT IS NOT A ONE-TO-ONE

**FUNCTION**.,because only such

**functions**are invertible. ? BUT if a

**cubic**functionis is of the following form/can be converted to the following form, it is invertible : (i) f(x)=(ax+b)³+c, a≠0 , b,c∈|R, with its natural domain, x∈|R or a reduced domain.

Also to know is, is the inverse of a cubic function also a function?

We say that the **cube** root **function is the inverse** of the **cube function**. The square **function** is not uniquely invertible, so it does not have an **inverse function**. For example, in any given year the number of bagels consumed in the U.S. is a **function** of the day.

**inverse**of a function is the expression that you get when you solve for x (changing the y in the solution into x, and the isolated x into f(x), or y). Because of that, for every point [x, y] in the original function, the point [y, x] will be on the

**inverse**.

Also to know is, what kind of function is the inverse of a cubic function?

Finding the **cube root** and cubing are inverse operations. A function can also have an inverse. The inverse function of f(x) is written as f-1 (x).

In mathematics, an **inverse function** (or anti-**function**) is a **function** that "reverses" another **function**: if the **function** f applied to an input x gives a result of y, then applying its **inverse function** g to y gives the result x, and vice versa, i.e., f(x) = y if and only if g(y) = x.