On the title, I meant variable.

I need to know how to solve for a variable when you have a variable plus a number multiplied by the natural log of the same variable, and it equals some incredibly complex number. It's constant, as I stated, so that side is pointless and can be treated as c.

so... how do I solve for x in a situation such as...

x^2+2ln(x)=SomeNumber

Make somenumber anything you want. Mine specifically is is between 8 and 9. It is just the quantity of a number plus a number multiplied by the natural log of another number end quantity all over 6. Ignoring that, could anyone help?

This is actually something simple I think I should know. I am just trying to wrap up a much more complicated calculus problem. I just forgot how to do this and cannot seem to find it anywhere.