Hi ZBomber
Of course it helps a lot to know x = e^y.
The inverse is :
, now isolate y
, if you confuse, just let e^x = a
Hi everyone... I've been working on this problem for about a week and I just can't seem to get it. I got the rest of the problems in my homework done but I cant get this one.
A function f (x) is given.
f (x) = ln(ln(ln 8x))
Find the inverse function of f.
f -1 (x) =
I don't know where to go from here? Any help would be great. Thank you so much!
(PS, I know x = e^y if that helps at all! I dont know where to go now though)