## [answered] 1. Show that the function f (x)=ln (x2+1) is one-to-one for

1. Show that the function f (x)=ln (x2+1) is one-to-one for X>0 . Graphing does not count as proof. (Hint: Use the derivative of the function.) 2. Find a formula for the inverse function of . Verify that and f(f'1(3))=3 f'1(f(5))=5
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