How do you find the inverse of #H(x)=log x#?
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To find the inverse of the function H(x) = log(x), you switch the roles of x and y and then solve for y. Here's the process:

Replace H(x) with y: y = log(x).

Swap x and y: x = log(y).

Rewrite the equation in exponential form: y = 10^x.
So, the inverse of the function H(x) = log(x) is H^(1)(x) = 10^x.
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