# What is the inverse function of #10=y-2x^2#?

Interchange x and y and solve for y

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To find the inverse function, solve the equation for x in terms of y:

10 = y - 2x^2 2x^2 = y - 10 x^2 = (y - 10) / 2 x = ±√((y - 10) / 2)

Therefore, the inverse function is x = ±√((y - 10) / 2).

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