Consider:

e^$\displaystyle (e^x)$ = (10^20)(x^20)(e^$\displaystyle (x$^20))

How many solutions are there and why?

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- Nov 28th 2008, 02:09 PMrufusthemathmanSolutions to an equation.
Consider:

e^$\displaystyle (e^x)$ = (10^20)(x^20)(e^$\displaystyle (x$^20))

How many solutions are there and why?