you'll need to use the calculator, can't be done by hand using elementary algebraic methods.
note that this equation can be simplified first ...
now type the expression
into Y1 and use the "solver" feature to find where the equation = 0
I need to solve this algebra problem for a part of a question in my Algorithms class but I have no idea how. I have access to a TI-84.
10000*x(ln(x)/ln(2))= 10^{12}
How could I go about solving this? What identities can I use to simplify this? Help?
you'll need to use the calculator, can't be done by hand using elementary algebraic methods.
note that this equation can be simplified first ...
now type the expression
into Y1 and use the "solver" feature to find where the equation = 0