SOLUTION: I am trying to find the inverse equation of F(x)= (2-x)/(5x) I get x=(2-y)/(5y) multiply 5y through to get (5yx)=(2-y) I divide the whole equation by y to get (5x)=(2/y)-(y/y)

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Inverses Question 632466: I am trying to find the inverse equation of F(x)= (2-x)/(5x) I get x=(2-y)/(5y) multiply 5y through to get (5yx)=(2-y) I divide the whole equation by y to get (5x)=(2/y)-(y/y) (y/y equaling 1) so now my equation is 5x=(2/y)-1then take over the one to get 5x+1=2/y I am not sure how to get y on its own after that please help thank youAnswer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I am trying to find the inverse equation of F(x)= (2-x)/(5x) I get x=(2-y)/(5y) ========================== 5xy = 2-y 5xy + y = 2 y*(5x + 1) = 2 y = 2/(5x+1)