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In Exercises $73-78,$ solve the equation or inequality.$e^{x}+x=5$

$x \approx 1.307$

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Chapter 3

Exponential, Logistic, and Logarithmic Functions

Section 5

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Functions

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

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in this question here, we need to solve the question. And in this question here were given the question on the the well, thanks. Okay. And then plus X ego to five. So I'm going to do this question using online graphing calculator in it. To do that, I need to bring the five to the left hand side, and therefore, we should have the minus five here. And then this will represent when the graph on the function into the X Plus X minus five and then we need to service on equal to the zero and the solution here. Can we go to the X intercept? So this girl represent for the graph and we will click on this part dot here, and we shows us the X intercept equal to the 1.307 So this means that we have the solution to this question X equal to 1.307 So if we produce them and we'll see, we'll need to check if there's another X intercept. And we see clearly that we only have one act in the same for this question here. So this question has only unique solution. Thanks to one countries or seven

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