Just trying to find the inverse of this function.  I have an answer that I think is NOT correct
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Let y=f(x)=[1/(x+2)]-2, 1/(x+2)=y+2, x+2=1/(y+2), x=[1/(y+2)]-2=f(y).

The inverse of f(x) is f(x).

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