Hi all, first post, so hello! I need to solve the following for y. I've been pondering over this for a while today, and not sure how to approach it. Any help greatly appreciated! $\displaystyle x=a*log(y)+y$
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Originally Posted by skov Hi all, first post, so hello! I need to solve the following for y. I've been pondering over this for a while today, and not sure how to approach it. Any help greatly appreciated! $\displaystyle x=a*log(y)+y$ you'll won't be able to solve for y using elementary algebraic methods; it would require the use of Lambert's W function.
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