I'm hitting a wall on this.

It's:

ln3 + 1/2*ln x = sqrt (ln x)

That's where I hit the wall.

ln 3 + 1/2*u = u^1/2

If I square both sides it gets to be a mess.

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- November 17th 2011, 02:38 PMfcabanskiSolve ln(3*sqrt(x)) = sqrt (ln x)
I'm hitting a wall on this.

It's:

ln3 + 1/2*ln x = sqrt (ln x)

That's where I hit the wall.

ln 3 + 1/2*u = u^1/2

If I square both sides it gets to be a mess. - November 17th 2011, 02:47 PMwnvlRe: Solve ln(3*sqrt(x)) = sqrt (ln x)

... - November 17th 2011, 02:53 PMfcabanskiRe: Solve ln(3*sqrt(x)) = sqrt (ln x)
And then what? I don't see how to factor that, and tried the quadratic but end up with a complete mess.

- November 17th 2011, 03:01 PMwnvlRe: Solve ln(3*sqrt(x)) = sqrt (ln x)
Yes, it will be a mess. No alternative.

- November 18th 2011, 01:23 AMsbhatnagarRe: Solve ln(3*sqrt(x)) = sqrt (ln x)

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Let and

.............[Square both the sides]

.............[Quadratic Formula]

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Re substitute for y and k: