]How would you solve

lim as x -> infinity f^{-1}( x^{2}+ 2 x + 1)

?

Thanks!

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- Jun 17th 2012, 02:36 PMkwonypooHow to take limits of inverse functions!
]How would you solve

lim as x -> infinity f^{-1}( x^{2}+ 2 x + 1)

?

Thanks! - Jun 17th 2012, 03:06 PMpickslidesRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!
Why not just find ?

- Jun 17th 2012, 03:08 PMskeeterRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!

restricting the domain of f(x) to x__>__-1

the inverse is unbounded as

I'm hoping you don't have confusion between inverse and reciprocal functions. - Jun 17th 2012, 06:11 PMHallsofIvyRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!
What you wrote was which we cannot help you with because you did not tell us what "f" is. Skeeter assumed you

**meant**that and that you want to find . Is that correct? - Jun 17th 2012, 06:14 PMskeeterRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!
- Jun 17th 2012, 06:15 PMProve ItRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!
I'm interested to know why this Algebra/Pre Calculus question was posted in Statistics...

- Jun 17th 2012, 06:33 PMskeeterRe: How to take limits of inverse functions!