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Beer-monster

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## Homework Statement

It could be the late night, but a problem I've been doing results in a function of the form

[tex] x^{2}exp\left(\frac{-x}{a}\right) = b [/tex]

Where a and b are constants. I'm not sure how to go about solving for x.

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I've trying taking natural logarithms of both sides but that doesn't seem to help me too much.

Any help would be appreciated. I get the funny feeling I've seen this before.