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Exponential equation

jacks on Thursday, November 05 2015, 04:51 AM
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\((1)\::\) Then number of distinct real solution of the equation \(4\cos(e^x) = 2^x+2^{-x}\).

 

\((2)\::\) Then number of distinct real solution of the equation \(5\cdot 2^x+4\cdot 3^x = 3\cdot 4^x+2\cdot 5^x\).

 

       
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