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Q: Is it possible for a fourth degree function to have an inverse that is a function?

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A quartic is an algebraic equation or function of the fourth degree.

It is quite possible. A well-known example is the fourth parameter of qsort.

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the inverse of any number is the fraction of ONE over that number. so, inverse of ten is ONE/TEN or one tenth. the inverse of 3 is ONE/THREE or one third the inverse of one fourth is a bit trickier, but not if you go slowly, ONE over ONE FOURTH, which mathematically changes to 4. the inverse of cat is ONE over CAT (which is senseless, but might help you remember how to do inverses).

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No, fourth is. Third degree is charred skin. Fourth degree includes burned muscle and/or bone.

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A fourth degree polynomial can be called a "quartic".

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