On the last question I posted about inverse functions and their domains and ranges, I got a quite rude answer from a Guest. Could someone that is actually educated that could help me with my question?

MemeLord Apr 4, 2019

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I wasn't sure.....your answer sounded correct.... I looked this up....from Purple Math...

"To find the domain and range of the inverse, just swap the domain and range from the original function."

ElectricPavlov Apr 4, 2019