If f(x)=x^5+x^3+x, what is the inverse of f(x)? I am stuck on the fact that there are three x's on the right side and when I try to factor I can't factor anything but one y out. (I'm using x-y substitution method) Any hints would be appreciated thanks.

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may i knw why do you want to find the inverse ?

It is extra practice I'm doing because I want to review some pre-cal stuff before calculus.

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