# SOLUTION: I am studying for a test and was womdering if there was someone that could help me with this problem? Find f^-1 (x) for f(x)= -x^3+2. Give the domain of f^-1

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 Question 118370: I am studying for a test and was womdering if there was someone that could help me with this problem? Find f^-1 (x) for f(x)= -x^3+2. Give the domain of f^-1Answer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Find f^-1 (x) for f(x)= -x^3+2. Give the domain of f^-1 -------------------- Interchange x and y and solve for y: x = -y^3+2 y^3 = 2-x y = (2-x)^(1/3) ----------------- Domain of f^-1(x): All Real numbers. Cheers, Stan H.