If f= x+1/x+3 , find g, it's inverse, if it exists.

Thanks in advance!

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- April 8th 2008, 10:50 AMantz215Inverse help!
If f= x+1/x+3 , find g, it's inverse, if it exists.

Thanks in advance! - April 8th 2008, 11:00 AMtopher0805
Finding the Inverse of a Function

This site gives a good explanation.

Solve for x:

Now switch the x and y:

And y is your inverse. :) - April 8th 2008, 11:05 AMearboth
- April 8th 2008, 11:27 AMantz215
Thank you both very much!!

- April 8th 2008, 12:42 PMabender
for these inverse problems, simply switch all x's with y's and all y's with x's. Note that for f(x), just consider it to mean y. Ok, so you switched the x's and y's. Now solve for y. That's it.

-Andy

Edit: And I almost forgot, check your restriction(s). Only God can divide by zero.