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Find the inverse of the onetoone function.
f(x)= 5/(3x4)

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Steve
y = 5/(3x4)
3x4 = 5/y
3x = 5/y + 4
x = 5/3y + 4/3 = (5+4y)/3y
so, f^1 (x) = (5+4x)/3x
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