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what is the inverse of f if f(x)=^3 sqrt x-4

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Do you mean \(\Large f(x)=x^3\sqrt{x-4}\)?
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Do you mean \(\Large f(x)=\sqrt[3]{x-4}\)?
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I would not use y, and my first step would be the following: \[\Large f(x)=\sqrt[3]{x-4}\]\[\Large x=\sqrt[3]{f^{-1}(x)-4}\]
do you know what \(\Large\sqrt[3]{}\) means?

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