Inverse of a function with natural log

I am asked to find the inverse of

I understand the basics of how to find the inverse but I get stuck on solving this one. Here is what I have so far.

I'm not sure how to proceed from here. I thought maybe squaring both sides would be the next step but I can never come up with the correct answer. How do I solve this?

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

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**BobRoss** I am asked to find the inverse of

I understand the basics of how to find the inverse but I get stuck on solving this one. Here is what I have so far.

I'm not sure how to proceed from here. I thought maybe squaring both sides would be the next step but I can never come up with the correct answer. How do I solve this?

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

What is happening when you go from:

to

?

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

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Originally Posted by

**BobRoss** What is happening when you go from:

to

?

Dividing both sides by .

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

Ahh right that's what I thought but I just got confused for a second. Thanks, this helps a ton!

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

I have another inverse function question that I am having trouble with.

I don't even really know how to start solving this one.

Re: Inverse of a function with natural log

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Originally Posted by

**BobRoss** I have another inverse function question that I am having trouble with.

I don't even really know how to start solving this one.

solve for

... in future, start a new problem with a new thread.