f(x) = e^(x^3) + 3x show that f(x) is invertible
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Hello, Hence f is a strictly monotone function. And thus it is a bijection and is invertible.
thanks so much can u help with this part as well Let g(y) denote the inverse of f(x). What is the domain and range of g(y)? What is g(e+3)? Find g'(e+3)
Originally Posted by rphagoo thanks so much can u help with this part as well Let g(y) denote the inverse of f(x). What is the domain and range of g(y)? the range and domain of f(x) What is g(e+3)? f(1) = e+3 , so g(e+3) = 1 Find g'(e+3) ...
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