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Re: how can I solve a transcendantale function?


Try solving by approximation f[t] a known function
that can be solved ( like a linear approximation)
æ[t]=f[t]+delta
Then look for a closer approximation , etc.
It is the hard way, but sometime ,it may be the only way?
aude wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I can't solve this function:
> 
> Log[1 - æ[t]] + (æ[t]/(1 - æ[t])) == 8*t
> 
> I've tried with Sole, NSolve and Findroot without success.
> 
> Thanks for your help.
> 
> aude.
> 


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