Example OW.ICPPF.1 : $InvP_2(x)=+\sqrt x$.
Draw a mapping diagram and graph of $InvP_2$ yourself,
or consider the GeoGebra figures and table below.
Martin Flashman, Nov. 9, 2013,
Created with GeoGebra
Notice how the points on the graph are paired with the points
on the mapping diagram.
Given a point / number, $x$, on the source line, there is a unique
arrow meeting the target line at the point / number,
$InvP_2(x)=+\sqrt x$. which corresponds to theinverse core
function's value for $x$
Check the box in Geogebra to see more points and arrows
corresponding to data on the table.
When the point in the domain is $0$, the arrow points to $InvP_2(0)
= 0$ visualizing the "Y-intercept" on the graph of $InvP_2$.
This is the unique X- intercept as well.
The function is increasing for all $x \in (0,\infty)$.
You can check this by moving $x$ on the GeoGebra mapping diagram.