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Learning Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students must be able to:
1. define inverse function
2. determine the inverse of a one-to-one function
3. represent an inverse function through its table of values and its graph
4. find the domain and range of an inverse function
5. graph inverse functions
6. solve problems involving inverse functions

II. Learning Content/Subject Matter:

B. References
1. Curriculum Guide, Grade 11, General Mathematics
2. General Mathematics by Orlando A. Oronce
3. Functions by Pastor B. Malaborbor, et. al.
C. Materials Powerpoint Presentation, Manila Paper, Marking Pen, Chalk
D. Strategies Cooperative Learning, Boardwork,

III. Learning Activities/Procedure:

A. Preliminary Activity
Entry Card
For each operation in the first column, record the inverse operation in the
second column.
Operation Inverse
1. Add 8
2. Subtract 10
3. Multiply x by 5
4. Divide x by 6
B. Review
1. Recall what are relation, function, domain and range.
2. Give a real life situation that represents one-to-one function.
3. Recall on the Properties of Equality.
C. Lesson Proper
1. Motivation
Show pictures to the students and let them give their observation with regards
to the common characteristic of the pictures.
2. Presentation
a. What is an inverse of a function? (Present the Learning Objectives)
b. Lead the students to define inverse function by giving examples.
3. Discussion
a. Introduce the Properties of an Inverse Function.
b. Give examples that will lead the students to the steps in determining the
inverse of a function and let them find its domain and range.
4. Development Activities
a. Activity 1
- Represent an inverse function through its table of values and its graph
- Output Presentation
b. Activity 2
- Domain, Range and Graph
- Output Presentation
c. Activity 3
- Problem Solving
- Output Presentation
5. Synthesis/Generalization
What do you mean by the inverse of a function? When is this inverse a
function? Discuss.