#### Answer

$$y=\ln \left(x\right)-2$$

#### Work Step by Step

Switching the elements of the domain and the range (in other words, the dependent and independent variables), we find that the inverse is:
$$x=e^{y+2} \\ y=\ln \left(x\right)-2$$

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$$y=\ln \left(x\right)-2$$

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