Can this equation be solved explicitly for x
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I think there're no real solutions if you want to solve y=0.
Originally Posted by Siron I think there're no real solutions if you want to solve y=0. That is not the question (but you can see that y cannot be zero or negative starting in two lines...) Can you take it from here?
If you are given a y solve for x, I am looking for an algorithm
Originally Posted by TheChaz That is not the question. Can you take it from here? Someone needs their morning coffee. Let , ,
Originally Posted by TheChaz That is not the question (but you can see that y cannot be zero or negative starting in two lines...) Can you take it from here? Except
Originally Posted by Quacky Someone needs their morning coffee. Let , , I must need some coffee... Then y = 25 ?? Can you come to the punchline - I'm a little tired apparently!
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) Except Oh *^&%& ! Hah... I knew it seemed too easy! (edit... I did have a pretty good night last night )
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