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### What am I doing wrong with this function

I want to plot a function and its inverse. I issue F=plot ((2(x^3-2)),-4,0) G=plot(sign(0.5x+2.0)abs(0.5x+2.0)^(1/3),-4,0) F+G

Now 2(x^3-2) is the inverse of (0.5x+2)^(1/3) (I even checked with a well known alternative to sage).

The plots come out with the scale of 2(x^3-2) all wrong. They should (obviously) be reflections in y=x.

Any help much appreciated

### What am I doing wrong with this function

I want to plot a function and its inverse. I issue issue

F=plot ((2((2*(x^3-2)),-4,0)

G=plot(sign(0.5(x^3-2)),-4,0) G=plot(sign(0.5x+2.0)x+2.0)abs(0.5x+2.0)^(1/3),-4,0) abs(0.5*x+2.0)^(1/3),-4,0)

F+G

Now 2(x^3-2) is the inverse of (0.5x+2)^(1/3) (I even checked with a well known alternative to sage).

The plots come out with the scale of 2(x^3-2) all wrong. They should (obviously) be reflections in y=x.

Any help much appreciated 3 No.3 Revision

### What am I doing wrong with this function

I want to plot a function and its inverse. I issue

F=plot ((2*(x^3-2)),-4,0) G=plot(sign(0.5x+2.0)abs(0.5*x+2.0)^(1/3),-4,0) F+G((2*(x^3-2)),-4,0)
G=plot(sign(0.5*x+2.0)*abs(0.5*x+2.0)^(1/3),-4,0)
F+G


Now 2(x^3-2) is the inverse of (0.5x+2)^(1/3) (I even checked with a well known alternative to sage).

The plots come out with the scale of 2(x^3-2) all wrong. They should (obviously) be reflections in y=x.

Any help much appreciated