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posted by Aparna
range of f(x)= 5^(2x^21)^(1/2)
i know that the domain of the inverse would be the range of this and i've found the inverse but it has natural logs in it and i don't know how to find the domain with that.. i feel like i'm missing something simple

Aparna
never mind i figured it out
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