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With over 300 posts, you should know by now not to put your equations in the title.

If you plot the functions on the two sides of the inequality you will see they cross near ##x=1/2##, not near ##x=0##. You can solve for it numerically.

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Numerical analysis gives about 0.4, you are right. But is it undoable algebraicaly?

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Numerical analysis gives about 0.4, you are right. But is it undoable algebraicaly?

It is closer to .5 than .4. Yes, you can not solve it algebraically in terms of the usual functions.

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Thank you, like your signature by the way. "usual functions" is there an unusual one to do this job?

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