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x^2*log(2)x=256^2
(2) refers to base 2
Is ther any rule to solve for x.
(2) refers to base 2
Is ther any rule to solve for x.
kind said:x^2*log(2)x=256^2
(2) refers to base 2
Is ther any rule to solve for x.
arildno said:It is not an elementary function.
To just about any equation you might define a function by which the solution can be represented.
So what?
That Lambert functions, Hankel functions, Bessel functions and whatnot are useful is not the issue here.
jackmell said:Stop special function discrimination: Equal rights for special functions.
The value of x in this equation can be found by using logarithmic rules and algebraic manipulation. First, take the logarithm of both sides of the equation to get log(2)x = (256^2)/x. Then, use the power rule of logarithms to simplify the right side, giving log(2)x = 65536/x. Finally, cross-multiply and solve for x to get the value of x as approximately 4.209.
Yes, this equation can be solved by using logarithmic rules and algebraic manipulation. It is also helpful to have a basic understanding of exponent rules and logarithmic properties.
Yes, the number 2 in this equation refers to the base of the logarithm. The base indicates what number is being raised to a certain power in the logarithm.
Using base 2 in this equation allows for easier calculations since the logarithm of 2 is equal to 1. This means that the equation can be simplified to become X^2 = 256^2, making it easier to solve for x.
Yes, this equation can be solved for any base as long as the logarithm of that base is a known value. However, using a base other than 2 may result in more complex calculations and a more difficult solution process.