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# Which statement could be used to explain why the function h(x) = xhas an inverse relation that is also a function? the graph of h(x) passes the vertical line test. the graph of the inverse of h(x) is a vertical line. the graph of the inverse of h(x) passes the horizontal line test. the graph of h(x) passes the horizontal line test.   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00, justijust500
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Maria solved an equation as shown below. what is the solution to maria’s equation?
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