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    Natural logaritm

    I need help solving this equation I got here. I know what the answer is, but I don't know properly how to find it.

    \frac{ln(x)}{ln(8)}=\frac{2x-3}{3}

    Can anyone help please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by abel View Post
    I need help solving this equation I got here. I know what the answer is, but I don't know properly how to find it.

    \frac{ln(x)}{ln(8)}=\frac{2x-3}{3}

    Can anyone help please?
    Do you mean you know what a decimal approximation to the exact answer is, or that you know the exact answer expressed using the Lambert W-function?

    Or perhaps you have not posted the correct equation ....?
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    I know there are at least two answers, and I know both exactly, but only one of them using the omega-function. So it's the other one I want to know how to find.
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