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    PatrikGune
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    [SOLVED] Is there a solution to this problem?

    Hi
    I'm sure if there is a solution to this problem or if someone is messing with me.
    Would appriciate any help I can get to solve the problem (if it is possibe) or just to get the d-mn thing of my mind...


    /Patrik

    Y=x4 + √(27/99) (-log(0,41))

    (9 + x)2 = 0
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrikGune View Post
    Hi
    I'm sure if there is a solution to this problem or if someone is messing with me.
    Would appriciate any help I can get to solve the problem (if it is possibe) or just to get the d-mn thing of my mind...


    /Patrik

    Y=x4 + √(27/99) (-log(0,41))

    (9 + x)2 = 0
    Do you mean:

    <br />
y=x^4 +\sqrt{27/99} - (- \log(0.41))
     (9+x)^2=0<br />

    If so the second equation implies that x=-9, then:

    <br />
y=(-9)^4 +\sqrt{27/99} - (- \log(0.41))=(-9)^4 +\sqrt{27/99} + \log(0.41)\approx 6561.1<br />

    This is assuming that \log is in fact \log_{10}

    RonL
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