Help with an Inverse Equation

I am really stumped on this homework question and I am trying to better understand how to find the inverse, domain, and range.

The equation g(x) = -2x/(-7x-3). I feel like I am not going about getting the inverse the right way to begin with.

Thank you

-Rick

Re: Help with an Inverse Equation

Re: Help with an Inverse Equation

Thank you very much for the help - I was multiplying wrong on one side. As far as interval notation for the domain and range goes how would I indicate both with the parenthesis, brackets and U? I believe the domain to not include 2/7 but I am unsure how to find the range once I graph it and to correctly notate both.

Thanks again!

Re: Help with an Inverse Equation

for , ...

domain:

the range of is the domain of