inverse function

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inverse function (plural inverse functions)

  1. (mathematics) A function that does exactly the opposite of another; formally g is the inverse function of a function f if and only if: \forall x . f(x) = y \implies g(y) = x. Notation: f^{-1}.
    Halving is the inverse function of doubling.

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