I have done the first step to finding the inverse function of y=(6x+4)/(4x+5). I need to know how to solve for "y", therefore getting to the inverse function.
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solve x=(6y+4)/(4y+5) multiply both sides by denominator (4y + 5) * x = 6y + 4 4xy + 5x - 4 = 6y 5x - 4 = 6y - 4xy factor out y 5x - 4 = (6-4x) * y y = (5x - 4)/ (6 - 4x)
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