There was a problem we were working on today, in which we're still doing inverse derivative stuff. I'm trying to figure out the inverse of this, so that I can find the derivative of the inverse: \(y = x^3-2x^2+5x\) or something very similar. You just swap the variables and solve for y, right?\[x = y^3 - 2y^2 +5y\]But where do you go from here? I can't figure out how to isolate the y, since any sort of division leaves an extra y in a denominator