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Differential Calculus

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inverse function of the function f(x)=x+sinx
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inverse function of the function f(x)=x+sinx

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is ans x-sinx

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EXPLAIN

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OBSERVE X+SINX GRAPH IT IS SINX (IN CURVATURE ) B/W X+1 AND X-1.X-SINX COMES OUT TO BE INVERSE GRAPH SHIFT X+SINX IN Y=X GRAPH

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OBSERVE X+SINX GRAPH IT IS SINX (IN CURVATURE ) B/W X+1 AND X-1.X-SINX COMES OUT TO BE INVERSE GRAPH SHIFT X+SINX IN Y=X GRAPH

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since this function is not bijective so the inverse does not exists...........

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since this function is not bijective so the inverse does not exists...........

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The function is both one-one as well as onto since $f^{'}(x)= 1+cos x\geq 0$
for all real x.i.e.  is an increasing function and will never repeat its value
From the graph it appears as if the inverse is  since it appears to be reflection of    with respect to the line   as mirror.

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hey this function is bijective only for x belongs to[-pi/2,pi/2]

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in the questio nothing is mentioned about the value of x so this function is not invertible....

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10 Dec 2009 14:06:13 IST
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MAN THIS FN IS BIJECTIVE FOR ALL X

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The function is a Bijection, as for every "x" there is one n only one value of "y"....

And its inverse is rightly (x-sinx)...

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if ƒ is the function

$f(x) = x + sin x , ,!$

then ƒ is one-to-one, and therefore possesses an inverse function ƒ−1. There is no simple formula for this inverse, since the equation y = x + sin x cannot be solved algebraically for x.

But answer is x-sinx as it was well  explained by above people.

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hey but i think its bijective only for x belongs to [-pi/2,pi/2]...........if in question this is mention then i agree with jesh and others

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oh sorry i got it theres no way for common value becoz its x+ sinx and may be sinx oscillates but the total value will not osccilate .....ok thanx to all of u

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