Hi. I've been mulling over the problem of how to solve [tex] y=e^{ax}+e^{bx}[/tex] for x. I know it can't be solved numerically and have been trying to think of a way to solve it iteratively. The problem is, I can only find algorithms for polynomials and they don't seem to work for exponential problems. I'd rather not have to make an approximation for the exponential and was hoping someone might know an appropriate algorithm or have another means of approach.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Solve exponential iteratively

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