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determine the inverse, f^1, of f when f(x)= 52x^3

y = 5  2 x^3
2x^3 = 5y
x = [(5y)/2]^1/3
f^1(x) = [(5x)/2]^1/3 is the inverse function. Plugging in f(x) gives you back x.
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