Sorry title should say x=t-sin(t) in terms of t...Is it possible? I get close.. I do t = x + sin(t) and use the relation again to get an infinite regression(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

T = x + sin(x +sin(x + sin(x + sin(x... ))))

I'm not sure if it has a real limit or simplification ... anyone know?

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# I X = t - sin(t) in terms of t

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