# How do you find the inverse of # y = e^x-1/x#?

##### 2 Answers

See below

#### Explanation:

To find the inverse of a given function, you need to isolate the

For example, if you have

In your case, it's not possible to isolate

The only thing you can do is something graphic, since the inverse of a function is obtained via symmetry with respect to the

So, you can draw the graph of

As of now, there is no way of finding the inverse.

#### Explanation:

Unfortunately, the distributive law is not applicable for inversion.

This means that if # y=f(x) + g(x), x is not the sum of the inverses of

f(x) and g(x).,

For example, if f(x) =x, g(x)=2 and y = f(x) + g(x) = x + 2,

inversely x= y-2..

The sum of the separate inverses is y+1/2.

Here, f(x) =

Despite that separate inverses are known as .ln y and -1/y,

we do not have a method to bring out the inverse of f+g.