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I don't think the problem is simple.

are you supposed to use numerical method like say "newton's method"?

I have no idea! This is in a review to start a semester of calculus II!

then i guess i have no idea either

If its a review to start calc 2, then newtons method is a possibility.

What is Newton's method? Maybe I'll check that out..

Thank you very much! I will check with my friend, and I am happy to know this! :) Thank you all!

Yep, np ^_^

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