Hi, My problem is to find the inverse of . I can get up to using for , and that The using the quadratic formula I get Here I am stuck Sorry for bad format.
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Following on from where you left off... (since ) Note that so we get Now since , take natural logs of both sides to get... ..? Can you finish?
Yes. I kept going around in circles about what to do with the square root in the quadratic formula. All is good now. Thanks
Originally Posted by Deadstar Following on from where you left off... (since ) Note that so we get Now since , take natural logs of both sides to get... ..? Can you finish? I'll add a small note: One of the solutions (either the positive or the negative root) must be discarded ....
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