InverseFunction

InverseFunction[f]
represents the inverse of the function f, defined so that InverseFunction[f][y] gives the value of x for which is equal to y.

InverseFunction[f,n,tot]
represents the inverse with respect to the ^(th) argument when there are tot arguments in all.

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The "inverse function" of Sin is ArcSin:

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Inverse of a pure function:

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Symbolic inverse function:

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Derivative of an inverse function:

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Introduced in 1991
(2.0)