what are you trying to solve here? All you've done is define $g(x)$.
Hello. I am IcyJK913, and I need help with this problem. I have just finished my freshman year in high school. In the freshman year, I had to take BOTH Algerbra II and Geometry. Next year, I'm going into pre-calculus. The weird thing about me is: I like math. It's just so complex and transcendental that I want to learn it all and possibly major in something (in college) that involves a lot of math, like physics. I want to get ahead though. This year, I've learned everything there is about quadratics and higher-function equations. We didn't get to logarithms or Euler's number, though. But, I am. I understand logarithms completely and I'm a bit iffy on e and ln, but I can make do, and there're these functions I want to solve. I am trying to solve for x (where they touch each other) Please help! ;_;
f(x) = 2x
g(x) = x^(f(x))
When I graph this, I can see two solutions, one of them is (0.25, 0.5), but I just can't find the other one. The last thing I see that I have down is this:
(ln(y))/(ln(x))
Please help!