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## Homework Statement

Consider the system...

[itex]y=e^{-x}+1 \\ y=2+lnx[/itex]

## The Attempt at a Solution

I don't think there is a "pretty way" (algebraic manipulation) to do this. I simply found the point where the plots intercepted, getting the solution set (0.62745018..., 1.5339409...).

Is there a better way to do this? For what it's worth, this was for a friend who claims that her math teacher is unreasonable, so I don't know if it

*does*has a fully algebraic approach.

Edit: For clarity, both have a domain and codomain in the set of real numbers, so there isn't an imaginary part to worry about.

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