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Is there a solution method for this problem? Solve for x: y= 7^(x)+8^(x) If so please show me.

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\[7^x + 8^x\]
that's right, I've tried everything I can think of but I can't get it solved.
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7^x=- 8^x they never intersect on the real line http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=7^x%3D-+8^x
so the answer is no solution?
just to clarify the problem says y equals that expression and wants it solved for x in terms of y.
at no x position y is zero
Ok, so it is no solution or what? I just want to make sure I'm understanding you right.
There is no real solution, there may be imaginary ones.
ok, thank you very much.

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