Hello,
I am starting out in Calc and this popped up on the first hw/pretest:
Solve 2 f(x-1)-2=0 for x if f^-1(x)=x^5+x
I figured f(x-1)=1 and "x=y(y^4+1)" is as far as I got with flipping the inverse.. My algebra is rusty and I'm stuck.
Hello,
I am starting out in Calc and this popped up on the first hw/pretest:
Solve 2 f(x-1)-2=0 for x if f^-1(x)=x^5+x
I figured f(x-1)=1 and "x=y(y^4+1)" is as far as I got with flipping the inverse.. My algebra is rusty and I'm stuck.