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You can't input 0 or any negative value into ln(x) it is not possible

I came up with the domain of
[e, +infinity)
and a Range of [(2)^(1/2), infinity)

How can an exponential function be zero

oh ok I get it now :) that is why i was messed up

Everyone of my problems there is such a simple answer for :(

Don't worry @BlingBlong - we can only learn through mistakes.

so x in the inverse function is just y in the function

ok I got it thanks for clarifying that for me james

right ... the way you can find the inverse of a function f is to solve the equation x = f(y) for y.