Hi. For my homework one of the first things I'm supposed to be able to do is find the inverse of
y = (4+e^x)/(4-e^(-x))
I don't get how this is possible. When I try to find the natural log of both sides I end up with
lny = ln(4+e^x) - ln(4-e^x)
There must be some algebra I'm not getting here, because I know there's no log rule that can help me get that X out of the ln
Thanks, the homework is due tomorrow