Which of the following statements are true?

- All continuous functions have an antiderivative .
- Every differentiable function that has an inverse has a differentiable inverse.
- The terms of a convergent series can never be arranged into a divergent series.
- Every polar function has a parametric equivalent.

3,4
4
2,3
3
1,2
2
1
1,4

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Statement 1: True because by FTC, every continuous function has a definite integral that can be a function of X. Even if the antiderivative cannot be expressed in terms of polynomial or transcendental functions, it exists and has numeric values.

Statement 2: False because a horizontal tangent on a differentiable function is a vertical tangent on its inverse.

Statement 3: False because it is only true if the series converges absolutely.

Statement 4: True because by definition, a polar curve r(t) can be defined by the equations x = rcost and y = rsint