
I will give 250 FRIH$ to the person that can help me solve a calculus problem.
The problem is as follows:
Code:  y = 9e^(10x^2) + .0001x + .379 
WHAT I WANT TO DO IS SOLVING FOR X
The eventual statement must look like:
GOOD LUCK!!!
defnet wrote:  WHAT I WANT TO DO IS SOLVING FOR X
The eventual statement must look like:
GOOD LUCK!!! 
Don't you mean "x=statement", because the equation is already "y=statement", if you're solving for x, then you need to find x in terms of y, which would be best in the form of x="equation in terms of y"...
Yeah sorry bout that  typo.
I finally want somethink like
Thanx for noticing that
I tried this one so many times but Im not as good with the ln and e deal and I cant refresh it all cuz I don't have my textbooks and stuff. The internet gives some info but I still can't figure it out. It's kinda hard... As least for morons like me
defnet wrote:  I cant refresh it all cuz I don't have my textbooks and stuff. ...morons like me... 
I took a quick glance over my old AP calculus review book, and they didn't even bother covering ln's and e's to any sufficient depth because that's precalc stuff. So just like you, I knew how to do it at one point in time, and could probably figure it out with enough time and instructional resources, but hopefully there's another guy/gal who enjoyed calculus out there.
Is what you've given us the whole problem, or is it worded differently?
It's the whole problem...
When i start working it out it seems almost easy then all of a sudden you work yourself in a corner where it all comes down to the same thing (I simplified almost everything but Im stuck with a x in a ln or e function while I have to get rid of that.
Im startin to regret the fact that I didn't stay awake in mathlike classes
