Homework Statement f(x)=x+(5/x), how do i find f^-1(x)?
Mar 22, 2010 #1 Champdx 11 0 Homework Statement f(x)=x+(5/x), how do i find f^-1(x)? Last edited by a moderator: Jan 7, 2014
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Mar 22, 2010 #2 icystrike 446 1 Let me help you to recall what are the steps you have to do. let f(x) be y , change the y with x , and now express the equation with the subject y . Finally change the y to f^{-1}(x)
Let me help you to recall what are the steps you have to do. let f(x) be y , change the y with x , and now express the equation with the subject y . Finally change the y to f^{-1}(x)