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Restriction (mathematics)

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In mathematics, the restriction of a function is a new function, denoted or obtained by choosing a smaller domain for the original function The function is then said to extend

The function with domain does not have an inverse function. If we restrict to the non-negative real numbers, then it does have an inverse function, known as the square root of