Actually it does work!
For the function
Hope that helps you!
Hi, can someone please help me with a problem? I have to find the inverse function, but I have NO idea about how to do it. To find inverses, we always used the "make x the subject of the equation, then swap x for y" method, but this doesn't seem to work here.
"Find given that "
Thanks.
Sorry. I still don't see how you get that from
even if you do exchange variables.
I can't see how to express an inverse function of
I thought about the following...
so basically x is the root of an equation
which for a general has no explicit solution.
but maybe I'm missing something...
The thing you're missing, and in fact the thing that we're all missing, is the exact question. We only have the OP's version of it .......
Here is a scenario that could lead to the posted question:
Given that find the value of .
Or perhaps a scenario where the value of the derivative of the inverse function is asked for ....
I hate myself.
Since you guys said that there was something missing, I checked the question again. The exercise was written in an extremely small font size, and it turns out that it didn't ask for but for , which is perfectly solvable.
Sorry (and I will bring a magnifying glass the next time I try to solve a math problem)!