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If R(x) and S(x) are inverse functions, which statement must be true?
O A. R(x) R(x) = C
O B. R(S(x))'= x
O C. R(S(x)) = 1
O D. R(x) = -S(x)

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its B because back in my days I did learn that so I ask my big brother and he said it was B I hope its right
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