Let f(x) be y and the equation becomes y=sqrt(x-2)

replace the "x" and "y" of the function. Therefore, instead of y = sqrt(x-2) you will get x = sqrt(y-2). Then solve for y by squaring both sides

x^2=y-2

Your answer will be y = x^2 +2

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