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at first i thought this one is very easy:

3^(x/2)+1=2^x

the question is: find x, analiticly. meaning, solve it as if you didn't know that x=2, also don't prove x=2 is the only answer, or that it is an answer. don't guess the answer... find it analiticly.

and when you do.... please do publish, my brain hurts already...

Thanks!

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# Hard and tricky

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