f(x) = (3 - e^(2x))^(1/2)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y^2 = 3 - e^(2x)

-(y^2 - 3) = e^(2x)

ln(-(y^2 - 3) ) / 2 = x

What am i doing wrong?

In the back of the book it says....

ln(-(x^2 - 3) ) / 2 = y

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