MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# The surface area of a sphere is S(x) = 4πx2, where x is the length of the radius of the sphere. Restrict the domain to create a one-to-one function. Find and describe the inverse function

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A:

Given that the surface area of the sphere is S(x)=4πx², the inverse function will be obtain as follows: make x the subject of the function

S(x)/(4π)=x²

get the square root of both sides:

x=√[S(x)/(4π)]

replace x by S⁻¹(x) and S(x) by x

this will give us the inverse as :

S⁻¹(x)=√[x/(4π)]

The above implies that the inverse is the square root of the radius divided by 4π

S(x)/(4π)=x²

get the square root of both sides:

x=√[S(x)/(4π)]

replace x by S⁻¹(x) and S(x) by x

this will give us the inverse as :

S⁻¹(x)=√[x/(4π)]

The above implies that the inverse is the square root of the radius divided by 4π