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e is the global maximum of x root x, 2 root 2 = 4 root 4, so...
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(02/15/2011, 03:20 PM)robo37 Wrote: So, if you take the Lambert W function out of the equation, what are you left with? As I said I'm no mathematician I'm afraid so I don't fully understand the principle.

I dont think there might be a closed form solution without the Lambert W function. However if you are after calculating the number, that function really helps as it is available in most computer algebra packages.

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RE: e is the global maximum of x root x, 2 root 2 = 4 root 4, so... - by bo198214 - 02/15/2011, 05:08 PM

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