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Physicians attempt to solve an inverse problem: given the symptoms, they try to identify the disease causing the symptoms. , logically it is not always possible to correctly identify diseases from symptoms alone). 1. 3 4 35 41. Graph f (x) = (x − 2)2 and find an interval on which it is oneto-one. Find the inverse of the function restricted to that interval. Graph both functions. 2 Ϫ4 Inverse Functions 40. Graph f (x) = x 2 + 2 for x ≤ 0 and verify that it is one-to-one. Find its inverse. Graph both functions.

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Sketch radii extending from the origin to the top of the oil. The area of oil at the bottom equals the area of the portion of the circle bounded by the radii minus the area of the triangle formed above the oil in the figure. 1 1 u d Start with the triangle, which has area one-half base times height. Explain why the height is 1 − d. Find a right triangle in the figure (there are two of them) with hypotenuse 1 (the radius of the circle) and one vertical side of length 1 − d. The horizontal side has length equal to one-half the base of the larger triangle.