Find the inverse of the following function algebraically. Please show your work, I’m really confused on what to do for the problem. F(x)=-5 Square Root of (-4x+4) +2
I don’t understand the right side of the equation the way you typed it out but to find the inverse you solve F(x) for x. So put y in place of F(x) to get y=-5 Square Root of (-4x+4) +2 and solve for x. When you isolate x, change the x to y and all y’s to x’s and this is your inverse function or F^-1(x).