hi, i have to solve this equation:

it put it in wolframalpha and it says that the solution is , where W is the Lambert W-function, but i dont know how it find this. Can someone help me to show that the solution is really that? thanks

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- Dec 2nd 2011, 11:32 AM #1

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## e^x-1/x^2 = 0

hi, i have to solve this equation:

it put it in wolframalpha and it says that the solution is , where W is the Lambert W-function, but i dont know how it find this. Can someone help me to show that the solution is really that? thanks

- Dec 2nd 2011, 12:03 PM #2

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