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posted by brad .
find the inverse of
f(x)=5+log(base5)(y5)

y = 5 + log_5(x5)
y5 = log_5(x5)
5^(y5) = x5
x = 5 + 5^(y5)
so, f^1(x) = 5 + 5^(x5)
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