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how do you find the inverse of f(x)=6x+10x^17

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    step 1: interchange the x and y variables
    so the inverse is
    x = 6y + 10y^17

    step 2 would be to solve this for y
    ( I know of no algebraic way to do this)

    but x = 6y + 10y^17 IS the inverse of y = 6x + 10x^17

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