12. Find the inverse function of g(x) = ln(x^3)
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I'm not totally sure if this is the correct solution for solving this, but here it goes. Then change the variables and after that you get y. Hope i didn't mix this with something else.
Originally Posted by Pinsky I'm not totally sure if this is the correct solution for solving this, but here it goes. Then change the variables and after that you get y. * Hope i didn't mix this with something else. All good 'til the line marked * Should be
Right, typing error, tnx. Had an exam in line,surface and triple integrals.. Still waiting for the results thou.
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