i know when you are dealing with limits you can take the inverse to fit the standard limit equations.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

how about integrals? can u take the inverse for instance: integral(f(x)dx)

turn it into integral((1/f(x))dx)^-1) get the answer and then reverse it back?

when can u or cant you take the inverse???

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# Can you take the inverse of any function?

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