Hello forum,

I personally believe, though I'm not sure, that this topic should be in the Algebra forum. Though, because I'm taking this from a Precalculus class I wasn't entirely sure whether to place it there.

Find the inverse of

$\displaystyle f(x) = \frac{1}{x-2}$

To my understanding I must find $\displaystyle f^-^1$

I have the answers, but I'm interested in knowing how to find the inverse

$\displaystyle F^-^1(x) = How can I find this?$

The o stands for composed with

$\displaystyle f o f^-^1 $

$\displaystyle f(f^-^1(x)) = \frac{1}{f^-^1(x)-2} $