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    looking for the solution

    Hi there...
    Almost a week now i'm trying to solve the following equation:
    {\frac{1}{x*log{_2}x}+\frac{r}{x}=a}
    I always end up to {x^{(x-c)}}=2^{(\frac{1}{a})} where "c" is equal to {c=\frac{r}{a}} and both r,a>0

    in the result i end Lambert W cannot be used because the base and the power are different.

    Has anybody any idea how could i solve it??
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    not that this helps too much, but mathematica isn't returning an answer for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by artvandalay11 View Post
    not that this helps too much, but mathematica isn't returning an answer for me

    I don't know what else to do. I found only Lambert W function which is not applied in this case. anyway thanks for your attention
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