When does g^(-1) f exist

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Homework Statement



What is the condition for the function g^(-1)f to exist ?

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The Attempt at a Solution



i know for function gf to exist , the range of f must be a subset or equal to the domain of g . Does it also work for g^(-1)f ? what is the logic behind that ?
 

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Homework Statement



What is the condition for the function g^(-1)f to exist ?

Homework Equations





The Attempt at a Solution



i know for function gf to exist , the range of f must be a subset or equal to the domain of g . Does it also work for g^(-1)f ? what is the logic behind that ?

Do you know which types of relationships are considered functions?
 
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Do you know which types of relationships are considered functions?

yes , one to one relationships or many to one for functions and one to one only for inverse function
 
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yes , one to one relationships or many to one for functions and one to one only for inverse function

Then there's your answer!
 
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Then there's your answer!

thanks ! How is it different when its fg^(-1) ?
 

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