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6-44.

Trejo says that if you know the $x$-intercepts, $y$-intercepts, domain, and range of an equation then you automatically know the $x$-intercepts, $y$-intercepts, domain, and range for the inverse. Hilary disagrees. She says you know the intercepts but that is all you know for sure. Who is correct? Justify your answer.

Trejo is correct, explain why.