Raise e to the power of both sides. You'll get:
y = x^(4.55) * e^(-3.88)
x = (y*e^(3.88))^(1/4.55)
I put my equation for y into my calculator and it spit out the same answers you have. Yep big values... but correct ones.
Ok simple problem.
I need to solve this equation, and my answers generate a huge number. So I am confused.
my answers for the set from x=10 through 60, get answers quickly inot the 10s of millions for y. If I plug and chug, for x= 60 I get ln(y) =14.75, and thus y=2544049.
Am I doing something wrong?
ps I posted elsewhere.