I based the range of the inverse from ln(x)
the range of ln(x) is (-infinity, +infinity)
my inverse function is a ln function so yeah.. I'm not really good at explaining stuff. Need help with this part.
i ln(0) is undefined...include that in your "range"
are you sure?
i thought that would be the domain?
if the function is f and its inverse is f^-1, then domain of f is range of f^-1 range of f is domain of f^-1
so, to find range of f^-1, you just find the domain of f, which is the- inside- the- square- term \(\geq 0\)
so that's the domain of f, which will the range of f^-1?
oh okay, thanks. I think this is what baru is trying to say awhile ago.. lol sorry
sorry...dont really remember range and domain, just figured that we were looking for all permitted values for "x"... anyways learnt something new :)