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Help!  Function inverseProblem: Last edited by lifflander (20051017 14:03:58) #2 20051017 13:34:54
Re: Help!  Function inverseI think your writing the inverse function, so your actually solving for x and not for y. I'm trying to remember how this is done. I think you swap x and y, and then once you solve for it, mirror it about the line y = x or something like that. I need to review it. A logarithm is just a misspelled algorithm. #3 20051017 13:39:41
Re: Help!  Function inverseBut without graphing the equation I should be able to find the inverse  let me give you an example: #6 20051017 14:13:57
Re: Help!  Function inversealso I don't know if the restriction has something to do with it: x >= 1/2 #8 20051017 16:35:34
Re: Help!  Function inversehi yaz lifflander! 