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    How to solve for the invariant

    Can someone explain how to solve for the invariant for 6b or c?


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    Re: How to solve for the invariant

    Does that mean you were able to solve 6a and 6d?
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    Re: How to solve for the invariant

    Assuming you mean you need help finding the inverse function, start by long dividing, then swapping the x and y values.
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    Re: How to solve for the invariant

    It's not clear what you want to do. You say "find the invariant" but there is no mention of "invariant" in the problem. The problem asks you to find the "domain, intercepts, asymptotes, and positive/negative intervals". Okay, what have you done so far? Do you know how to find the domain for a rational (fraction) function? Do you know what intercepts and asymptotes are?
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