Talk:Inverse function

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Inverse functions are a neglected topic. They are often disposed of without consequence, except for those who must apply them. As a result, chronic defects in presenting the subject persist, and at least two basic approaches diverge, to the confusion of many. One insists that an "equivalent converse" form of a function is actually an inverse of the function. . The following link is to a collection of snippets on inverse functions, revealing a confusing landscape. JayEB (talk) 04:25, 7 March 2013 (UTC)