is a one-to-one function with inverse . Caculate the inverse of the function in terms of So I tried swapping and . The answer in the back of the book however, says this: How do I get to that answer?
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Originally Posted by BlackBlaze is a one-to-one function with inverse . Caculate the inverse of the function in terms of So I tried swapping and . The answer in the back of the book however, says this: How do I get to that answer? It helps to apply the procedure correctly. Let . Swap y and x: . Your job is to make y the subject: and it should be clear what the last step is.
Right at the second step, I saw what a gross error I made. Don't I feel silly. Thanks for the speedy response, as well as the formatting.
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