Would the inverse of
y = + (the square root of x) - 1
y= y = - (the square root of x) - 1
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Switch y and x:
Solve for y. Take the cube root both sides:
It's neither. If you made a mistake and you actually meant cube root of x instead of square root of x, then the first one is the one.
I did mean the cube root, I'm sorry. I was talking on the phone to my friend about a different problem, ironically, so I messed up. so there's no +/-, it's only plus?
Consider this equation:
If n is even and a>0, then there are two roots:
If n is odd, then there is one root, and it depends on whether a is positive or negative. If b is positive, then . Otherwise, if b is negative, then
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