Are you sure factoring doesn't work? I factor out to get . So the roots are at x = 0, 2.
Hi, I am trying to do this question for a long time now, and i cant figure it out.
F(x) = 2x^2-x^3; isolate x using any way you can think of.
P.S: Factoring, and log/Ln doesn't work. I thought this couldn't be solved but apparently it can.
yes i m trying to find the inverse of the function.. with not much success. I tried taking the integral of the function and finding the area of random point (0,1).... the area of the inverse will also be the same so i tried finding the inverse from there but that leaves me nowhere.