Animate functions going to thier inverse function using a slider

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I can make simple functions like f(x)=2^x but I would like to animate the function gradually changing to it's Inverse function using a slider. See animation http://gph.is/2tHF31h or https://youtu.be/QN8vDVfKFZ8 I was thinking of using the spreadsheet section of geogebra to cycle thru the points of the function using a slider to animate going from a function to it's inverse function (since it's just cycling the x,y values) can geogebra do this or is there a better way to animate a function going to it's inverse function with a slider?

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You can use the Stretch[] command on the function with parameters x=y and a, where a is a slider.

https://www.geogebra.org/gr...

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You can use the Stretch[] command on the function with parameters x=y and a, where a is a slider.

https://www.geogebra.org/gr...

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