# How to numerically solve a complex equation? [closed]

I want to know that if you are given a very complex equation g(x)=A(T). How could you solve for x, which is a function of variable T. To be more specific, I encounter a polylogarithmic function I need to solve numerically..

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## closed as unclear what you're asking by William, Jyrki Lahtonen♦, Tunk-Fey, amWhy, Mathmo123Aug 3 '14 at 12:22

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Would Mathematics be a better home for this question? – Wouter Aug 3 '14 at 0:53
This is impossible to answer without being more specific. Numerical root-finding (which is what this is) is a huge topic. – Nathan Reed Aug 3 '14 at 2:08
As Nathan said, this is a big field. Are the roots complex? Are you interested in the complex roots? Do you know the derivative of g analytically? Can you evaluate g simply, or is just evaluating it a big endeavor (if it's an integral that lacks a closed form, for example)? Do you have good bounds on the roots, or is it a crap shoot? These are all really important to know before going about root finding. – webb Aug 3 '14 at 2:25
Computational Science SE might be a better fit, but I suspect they will want a lot more specific problem statement. – paisanco Aug 3 '14 at 2:28