# Given the relation #(2,3)#, #(3,4)# what is the inverse of this relation?

##### 1 Answer

Dec 6, 2017

You can also observe the **behavior of the relation and it's inverse** in the graph.

#### Explanation:

A **Relation** is a set of **ordered pairs**.

We have the following relation as a set of ordered pairs:

How do we **define the Inverse of a Relation?**

The **Inverse of a Relation** is a set of ordered pairs that is the exact inverse of the set of ordered pairs of the original relation.

So, to find the inverse of a relation we must **flip** over each one of our ordered pair. That is **switch**

*When we draw the graph of the relation and it's inverse* , we can observe that **the values are reflected** over the line

I hope this helps.