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f(x) = ln(e^2x + e^x + 1)
I want to find the inverse of this function.
I get:
e^y=e^2x + e^x + 1
If I say then that 1=e^0, then can I say y=2x + x? Therefore, x=y/3?
I want to find the inverse of this function.
I get:
e^y=e^2x + e^x + 1
If I say then that 1=e^0, then can I say y=2x + x? Therefore, x=y/3?