To find the inverse of a function, you switch the inputs and the outputs. Example: Let's take f (x) = (4x+3)/ (2x+5) -- which is one-to-one. Switching the x's and y's, we get x = (4y + 3)/ (2y + 5). 3 Solve for the new
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How do you find the inverse of a log function? Let us breakdown the steps by taking a simple example. Let, [math]f (x) = log_a x [/math] then we can write simply, [math]y= log_a x [/math]
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