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Asked Jan 21, 2020
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The function ƒ(x) = e^x + x, being differentiable and one-to-one, has a differentiable inverse ƒ -1(x). Find the value of dƒ -1/dx at the point ƒ(ln 2).

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Step 1

Given

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Step 2

Using inverse function theorem

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Step 3

First find ƒ...

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