Is it even possible to find the inverse of this?
*edit* the question is find but to do that I must 1st find
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
it is possible, but rather pointless for this exercise, you just say
Last edited by artvandalay11; October 30th 2009 at 01:23 PM.
Reason: it is possible
Originally Posted by artvandalay11 when you say is it possible i believe you're talking about elementary operations and as far as i know, you can't solve for that inverse algebraically in terms of y, you just say *edit* the question is find but to do that I must 1st find
no, you just need to find what value of x gives 6 as an answer,
when they say find they are asking what value of x gives 6 as an output for f(x), and you do not need a formula for
Just by looking I can see the answer is 4
Yes, x= 4 works. And that is as good a method as any!
View Tag Cloud