# Lesson 5 Brutus Bites Back Develop Understanding

Inverse operations “undo” each other. For instance, addition and subtraction are inverse operations. In mathematics, it is often necessary to undo several operations in order to solve for a variable.

Complete the statement by identifying the operation you used to “undo” the equation.

### 1.

Undo multiplication by

### 2.

Undo division by

### 3.

Undo addition

### 4.

Undo the square root by

### 5.

Undo the cube root by

### 6.

Undo raising

### 7.

Undo squaring by

Carlos and Clarita have a pet sitting business. When they were trying to decide how many each of dogs and cats they could fit into their yard, they made a table using the following information. Cat pens require

cats | ||||||||||||||||
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dogs |

### 8.

Use the information in the table to write 5 ordered pairs that have cats as the input value and dogs as the output value.

### 9.

Write an explicit equation that shows how many dogs they can accommodate based on how many cats they have. The number of dogs (

### 10.

Use the information in the table to write 5 ordered pairs that have dogs as the input value and cats as the output value.

### 11.

Write an explicit equation that shows how many cats they can accommodate based on how many dogs they have. The number of cats (

Base your answers in #12 and #13 on the table.

### 12.

Look back at problem 8 and problem 10. Describe how the ordered pairs are different.

### 13.

#### a.

Look back at the equation you wrote in problem 9 . Describe the domain for

#### b.

Describe the domain for the equation

#### c.

What is the relationship between them?

The functions

Calculate the indicated function values in the following problems.