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I'm trying to find the inverse polynomial of y = ax^2 + bx + c in the form of x = dy^2 + ey + f.

I'm able to approximate this using Excel, but would prefer a more elegant solution. Any suggestions?

Steve

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# Inverse of polynomial in dy^2 + ey + f form

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