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How do i do this? With picture

  1. May 13, 2012 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    LOOK AT NUMBER 1.


    2. Relevant equations



    3. The attempt at a solution
    Dont know where to begin. Lolhttps://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=1c428fba7f&view=att&th=1374709c26021dda&attid=0.1&disp=inline&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P9z1YsBg8yPOjqULn8oIRMo&sadet=1336926814335&sads=2Wo62vOM7dexkrdoIbItivOp2XM&sadssc=1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data



    2. Relevant equations



    3. The attempt at a solution
     
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  3. May 13, 2012 #2

    sharks

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    Nothing appears. Attach the picture to your post instead. You should always make an attempt, and show your work.
     
  4. May 13, 2012 #3
    I did attach the picture. I can even see it. Ill post it on this post hopefully it appears this time. I honestly dont know where to begin on this. This is the only problem i do not understand how to do.

    https://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=1c428fba7f&view=att&th=1374709c26021dda&attid=0.1&disp=inline&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P9z1YsBg8yPOjqULn8oIRMo&sadet=1336926814335&sads=2Wo62vOM7dexkrdoIbItivOp2XM&sadssc=1
     
  5. May 13, 2012 #4
    You need to click upload and link it using the "" tag, like this:

    https://www.physicsforums.com/Prime/theme/physics_forums_logo.png [Broken]
     
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  6. May 13, 2012 #5
    I attached the picture. Hopefully this time It shows up.
     

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  7. May 13, 2012 #6
    How is the derivative of the inverse function [itex]x = f^{-1}(y)[/itex] related to the derivative [itex]f'(x)[/itex]?
     
  8. May 13, 2012 #7

    sharks

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    Use the inverse function theorem.
     
  9. May 13, 2012 #8
    You posted a link to an attachment in your gmail account. We can't read it. Instead, host the media somewhere public and provide that link. Or just tell us what the problem is.

    In fact, the very act of precisely describing a question, often sparks the solution. Because to even ask the question you have to grapple with the concepts and the notation.

    So as a start, why not just describe the problem in words and symbols?
     
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