Well. I have to figure out the inverse function of a particular function.

That function being ln|x-2| + 3.

I got it to x-3 = ln|y-2|, but how do I get y on it's own? I imagine it has some to do with e^x considering it's ln|x|'s inverse.

Well I think I've got it now to be e^(x-3) + 2