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any attempts?

solve
\[x=-6y+6\] for \(y\) in two steps

but solving \[x=-6y+6\] for \(y\) takes two steps, so it is just as quick as thinking

I'm confused

can you work through it with me?

please? all my attempts arent working out

I know the steps but I usually get stuck when solving for y

\[y=-6x+6 \]
\[x=-6y+6\] what would your first step be to solving for y?

Try your best, don't be afraid to make mistakes

get rid of + 6 by subtracting six from both sides

There you go, good job, so we have \[x-6 = -6y\] now what?

divide by negative 6

Good! \[y = \frac{ -(x-6) }{ 6 }\] you may simplify that now

how?

What should we replace y with :)

the rule for negative functions

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\[f^{-1}(x) = \frac{ 6-x }{ 6 }\] yup :)

Not so bad right? Just have to try it and you'll start getting it!

it helps to talk it out, I probably would've taken a lot longer to get that on my own

I think that is the best way of learning to :)

thanks for your help, i understand it better, not completely yet but making progress

No problem, take care!