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*x*in terms of A,B,C and d?

I have tried doing this:

Log [A(Bx + 1)/C] = Log [d^(2

*x*)]

2

*x*Log(d) = Log[A(Bx + 1)/C]

but I'm unable to arrive at an explicit expression of

*x*in terms of A,B,C and d.

Can someone please help?

Thanks in advance!

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I have tried doing this:

Log [A(Bx + 1)/C] = Log [d^(2

2

but I'm unable to arrive at an explicit expression of

Can someone please help?

Thanks in advance!

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I'm unable to arrive at an explicit expression

because you can't, the best thing you can do is using the Lambert W-function as suggested by @fresh_42 or there is also a graphical method that consist to intersect the linear function ##f(x)\,=\, ABx+A## with the exponential function ##g(x)\,=\,Cd^{2x}##, changing the value of your parameters you can study the existence of solutions of your equation.

Ssnow

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