Relationship between the graph and inverse function, Mathematics

Interesting relationship between the graph of a function and the graph of its inverse : There is one last topic that we have to address quickly before we leave this section.  There is interesting relationship among the graph of a function and the graph of its inverse.

Following is the graph of the function and inverse of the above examples.

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we can illustrates that the graph of the inverse is a reflection of the actual function regarding the line  y = x .  It will always be the case with the graphs of a function & its inverse.

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