rearranging a third power polynomial line equation solving for x
I need to rearrange this equation to solve for x to substitute a single y value into the equation.
y = 50.414x^3 + 4411.1x^2  24697x + 16917
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The given equation is x²  2mx + 2m  1=0
Determine m.
The function doesn't have an inverse. You can plot it on wolframalpha.com to see this.
Yes, you may not solve for x, unless you restrict x to some interval where the function has an inverse.