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Help with Inverse functions

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  1. DarkBlueChocobo
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  2. DanJS
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    f(x) = y = 5 - 2x^3

  3. DanJS
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    you can simply change the x and y variables around and resolve for y, that is the inverse function

  4. DanJS
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    i can explain why, if you need

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    x = 5 - 2y^3

  6. DarkBlueChocobo
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    So solve for y like in any like in any normal like line?-

  7. DanJS
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    yeah, swap x and y around, solve for y

  8. DarkBlueChocobo
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    Alright

  9. DarkBlueChocobo
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    2y^3=-x+5

  10. DarkBlueChocobo
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    -1/2x+5/2

  11. DarkBlueChocobo
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    |dw:1438919912211:dw|3

  12. DarkBlueChocobo
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    ?

  13. DanJS
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    right, that is f^(-1)

  14. DanJS
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    basically just reflecting the graph over the line y=x

  15. DarkBlueChocobo
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    Alright that was actually pretty simple Thank you!

  16. DanJS
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    welcome

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