Mathematics Asked by Clown on January 2, 2021

Say we have f(x) such that,

**f(x) = x^2** (Just an example maybe any other function too e.g: x^6, x^(-14) etc.)

and we have, g(x) such that,

**g(x) = -x^2** (Just an example maybe any other function too e.g: -x^6, (-x^-14), etc.)

Now,

**f(x) + g(x) = Linear number line.**

My question is, what is the function g(x) know with respect to f(x) know as?

**Inverse of f(x)?, Negative of f(x)?.** What is the nameing convention?

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