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[itex]\frac{\log(x)}{r\log{x}} = y[/itex]

r and y can be any given number.

Is there any way to solve this for x?

ie

[itex]\frac{\log(x)}{1.6\log{x}} = 20[/itex]

I'm getting this because I'm trying to calculate [itex]f(x) = \frac{x}{a}[/itex] where f(x) is of the form [itex]f(x) = cx^r[/itex]

[itex]a > 1[/itex]

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