This just crossed my mind a while ago after tricking one of my friends that pi^pi = 36 (he's not the fastest).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway, say we say that x^x = 36. Is there any mathematical way to work out the value of x? The only solution I can think of is trial and error, I can't believe that's the only way to do it though!

Thank you for your help in advance :)

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# X^x = n, value of x?

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