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Mohammad-Za

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How Can I express

**x**as a function of

**y**in this Logarithmic equation? (Describe x by y)

[itex]y=1-\frac{2x}{Ln^2(e^x+\sqrt{(e^{2x}-1)}}[/itex]

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Mohammad-Za

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How Can I express

[itex]y=1-\frac{2x}{Ln^2(e^x+\sqrt{(e^{2x}-1)}}[/itex]

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Are you sure this is possible in a reasonable way?

I would not expect this.

I would not expect this.

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