Hi!!
Im trying to teach myself how to do the inverse of ln functions, so most of what I know is only from my book :P
So this is the question,
f(x) = 2ln[(x^2)/3]+ 3
the thing is how do i get the inverse of ln? do i multiply it by 'e' if the inverse of 'e' is ln 'e'?
Thanks@!
There are two things wrong with this- you do not "multiply" by anything, you take the exponential function- that is e to that power.
Also it makes no sense to say "the inverse of 'e' is ln 'e'". "e" is a number, not a function. The inverse of the function is ln(x) and so the inverse function of ln(x) is :
and .