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```				   what is the inverse of x+sinx ?
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```										y=x+sinx, inverse is by definition; x=y+siny,y+siny =x, this transcendental equation in y cannot be solved, therefore
y+siny=x is allwe can get and y cannot be expressed explicitly in terms of x
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