I have a problem $x^2(1-x) = 1$
This can be simplified ( I think ) to $-x^3 + x^2 - 1 = 0$
Google shows that there is 1 solution for this in its graph.
I am not sure how to get to that solution though? I need to get $x$ on one side of the equation. It doesn't seem to fit the quadratic format, but I may be wrong.
Help me remember my algebra :p