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Is it possible to have an analytical inverse function of

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y=x e^{-\frac{1}{x^2}}.

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Since y is monotonously increasing, its inverse function exists. But is it possible to get a close form? Thanks a lot!

Phonic

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# The inverse function of x exp(-1/x^2)

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