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    Math Challenge with factoring logarithm, needs urgent generous help!

    Hi.
    Doing Programming, I am quited stucked in some math problem.

    Here is the problem.

    ln(x)+ax=c

    I need to factorizing in terms of x, so that I can derive the value for x.

    such as x=00

    Here, a and c are constant.

    How can I make this?

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    There is no trivial way to solve this. Perhaps you could approximate it with Taylor Expansion.
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