# SOLUTION: What is the inverse of the function y=2ln(x-5) My answer choices are: A) y= (x/ln2)+5 B) x= (y/ln2)+5 C) y= 2e^(x-5) D) y= e^(2x)+5 E) y= e^(0.5x)+5 I think it's A but

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Exponential-and-logarithmic-functions Question 198621: What is the inverse of the function y=2ln(x-5) My answer choices are: A) y= (x/ln2)+5 B) x= (y/ln2)+5 C) y= 2e^(x-5) D) y= e^(2x)+5 E) y= e^(0.5x)+5 I think it's A but I'm not sure. Please help!Answer by stanbon(57387)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!What is the inverse of the function y=2ln(x-5) My answer choices are: --- To find the inverse, interchange x and y to get: x = 2ln(y-5) Solve for "y": ln(y-5) = x/2 y-5 = e^(x/2) y = e^(x/2)+5 y = e^(0.5x) + 5 --- The answer is E. Cheers, Stan H. ------------------- A) y= (x/ln2)+5 B) x= (y/ln2)+5 C) y= 2e^(x-5) D) y= e^(2x)+5 E) y= e^(0.5x)+5