#### Answer

If we are given the graph of a one-to-one function, we can draw the graph of the inverse function $f^{-1}$ as well. Since inverse functions have ordered pairs with interchanged coordinates, the point $(x,y)$ on the graph of $f$ would be $(y,x)$ on the graph of $f^{-1}$. They are symmetric with respect to the line $y=x$, making $f^{-1}$ a reflection of the graph of $f$ about the line $y=x$. To draw the graph of the inverse function, we choose relevant points on the function's graph and draw the symmetric points about the line $y=x$.

#### Work Step by Step

Keep in mind that the inverse function has interchanged coordinates, so $(x,y)$ would change to $(y,x)$.