# Algebra

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What is the inverse of y = 4x - 2?
Is it y = 1/4x - 1/2
If that is wrong, can you direct me towards the right answer or how to find it
Thank you

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y=4x-2
x=4y-2

y=1/4(x+2)which is different from yours by a sign.

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Thank you

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