To do this you need to isolate x then switch y for x and vice versa. So let's isolate x:
(complete the square: 3 divided by 2 squared)
So then the inverse of y is
I'm sorry I have to keep pestering everyone about inverse. I ran into a problem on my homework that is frustrating me. I still kind of don't get it.... If anyone could put it put it step by step it would be greatly appreciated.
Find the Inverse: y= 2x^2 + 6x - 4