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Is there a simple way to solve for 't' in the equation: ln(t) - t = 2 ? Just a curiosity. Not for a class. I've browsed to texts that cover logarithmic equations and haven't found a single problem or rule say how to solve for 't'.

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# Homework Help: Ln(t) - t = 2; Solve for 't'?

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