As one example, the left-to-right sequence x + ln x represents y = c ln(ax + b) for any constants a, b and c, having a associated with x, b with + and c with x, while its inverse function is represented by the right-to-left sequence / - exp / for x = ([e.
As with the inability of the usual method of obtaining an inverse function by interchanging y and x and then solving for y = [f.
Thus the degree of class consistent performance occasioned by each emergent relations test was an inverse function of its nodal distance.
Thus performance was an inverse function of nodal distance.
For the other classes, the likelihood of evoking the response trained to the A member of the class was an inverse function of the number of nodal stimuli that separated B, C, D, and E from A.
Thus the comparison selections on the within-class preference tests were an inverse function of nodal distance.
The method of Hurwitz-Radon Matrices (MHR) enables interpolation of two-dimensional curves using different coefficients [gamma]: polynomial, sinusoidal, cosinusoidal, tangent, cotangent, logarithmic, exponential, arcsin, arccos, arctan, arcctg or power function , also inverse functions
m] = 2, 3, denote the inverse functions of G, [[OMEGA].
m] = 4, 5, denote the inverse functions of G, [[OMEGA].
1] denote the inverse functions of G,H,, respectively, the function G(r) is as defined in Theorem 2.
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