The graph below shows the linear function [math] with two points on it, along with two other points for you to move.
  1. The point [math] on the graph of [math] means that when [math] is the input, then [math] is the output.
    The inverse function [math] would use those same values, but the input and output would be switched.
    Which of the following points would be on the graph of [math]
  2. The point [math] on the graph of [math] means that when [math] is the input, then [math] is the output.
    Which of the following points would be on the graph of [math]
  3. Now, move the two points to those locations. If you have the correct points, the graph of [math] will appear.
    Did you successfully make the graph of [math]

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