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find the inverse of function -2x + 4/3x -1

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put y in all places where is an x, and then solve in terms of x again
y= -2x + 4/3x -1 Change the y to x. Then change the x's to y's. solve for y. x=-2y + 4/3y -1
how do i solve for y

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Or was it 4x/3?
(-2x + 4)/ (3x - 1)
so what would be the final ans?
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Do you get the process? B/c that's the most important part.
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look at the options i have
You *need* to use parentheses b/c this is totally different than this: "find the inverse of function -2x + 4/3x -1"
just a second I'll have to redo it now.
Oh wow, I think I'm stumped too.
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