How do I find the inverse of this function? y = ln(x + 8)
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Originally Posted by Oldspice1212 How do I find the inverse of this function? y = ln(x + 8) Exchange the x and y to get
and now solve for y. This will be the inverse function.
So x would = e^y+e^8?
Originally Posted by Oldspice1212 So x would = e^y+e^8? Not quite. You are correct that the inverse of the natural log is the exponential base e, but be careful the first step should be
Can you finish from here?
Oh right! Thanks, I'll get back to you with my answer :P
Uh I got y = e^x-8
That is correct.
Sweet! Thanks for the hint, I can't believe I forgot that!
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