having a problem figuring this one out, i understand basic rules applied to functions to find there inverses but can some one please help me find the inverse of this x^3+36x^2+432x...thanks to all that can help
it is just a pattern you have to notice.
.............(by using the binomial theorem, Pascal's triangle, or simply the distributive law)
here, your is 12. So that . What is in red is exactly what we started with. Since there was no term in the original form, he had to subtract it, hence the part