3^x = x^2 look very easy but how do you isolate x in this my first step was xln(3)= 2ln(x) then x/ln(x) = 2/ln(3) but what next or is there another way

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Originally Posted by bigwave 3^x = x^2 look very easy but how do you isolate x in this my first step was xln(3)= 2ln(x) then x/ln(x) = 2/ln(3) but what next or is there another way There is no way to solve this exactly. You'll have to approximate. -Dan