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Get Full Access to Calculus - 8 Edition - Chapter 1 - Problem 12
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# (a) Show that the function fsxd ln( x 1 sx 2 1 1 ) is an

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Problem 12

(a) Show that the function fsxd ln( x 1 sx 2 1 1 ) is an odd function. (b) Find the inverse function of f.

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