Logs & Exponentials – Inverse Functions

Inverse Functions

Finding the Inverse function of a Log or Exponential function involves swapping the ‘x’ and ‘y’ values and then rearranging the equation to make ‘y’ the subject.

Examples

  1. How To Find The Domain Of A Log Function So It’s Inverse Function Will Exist
  2. How to find the Inverse of an Exponential function
  3. How To Find The Value Of ‘a’ In The Domain So The Log Function Has An Inverse

Example 1

How To Find The Domain Of A Log Function So It’s Inverse Function Will Exist

Example 2

How to find the Inverse of an Exponential function

Example 3

How To Find The Value Of ‘a’ In The Domain So The Log Function Has An Inverse