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f(x)=e^2x + 4e^x + 5 , find f^-1(x)

Guest Feb 26, 2015

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Might be best to express the function as follows first:

 

$$f(x)=(e^x+2)^2+1$$

 

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Alan  Feb 26, 2015
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Melody  Feb 26, 2015
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Sorry Melody, can't say that I like picking up on mistakes, but

$$e^{x}.e^{2}=e^{x+2}$$,    not   $$e^{2x}.$$

Bertie  Feb 26, 2015
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Might be best to express the function as follows first:

 

$$f(x)=(e^x+2)^2+1$$

 

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Alan  Feb 26, 2015
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Thanks Bertie,

I like my mistakes to get picked up.  

If they are not picked up then I am teaching  nonsense and I would never want to do that. 

Melody  Feb 27, 2015

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