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This is my first time posting on this site. I'm doing Calculus 2 and am stuck on finding whether or not the following functions are invertible in the given intervals and explaining why.

(a) sechx on [0,infinity)

--> I solved (a) but (b) and (c) is where I'm stuck.

(b) cos(lnx) on (0, e^pi)

(c) e^(x^2)

Can someone please help?

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# Homework Help: Finding invertible complex function

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