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Find the inverse:

f(x)=20000/(900e^x +100)

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Step 1

The given function is,

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20000 f(x)=900e +100

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Step 2

Let the function be represented as y.

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y f(x)

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Step 3

The inverse of the function y is ...

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20000 у- 900e 100 y(900e100=20000 20000 100 у 900 .e*= 200- v 9y

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