Andreas Grech
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 Jul2 awarded Curious May18 awarded Nice Question May16 awarded Popular Question Mar28 awarded Popular Question Mar6 awarded Nice Question Feb24 awarded Popular Question Dec21 awarded Notable Question Mar10 awarded Popular Question May24 awarded Yearling Nov3 accepted The intuition behind slant asymptotes Nov3 accepted Solving an equation in which the variable appears as both an exponent and a base Oct30 asked Solving an equation in which the variable appears as both an exponent and a base Oct30 awarded Commentator Oct30 comment The intuition behind slant asymptotes I used both because I wasn't sure which one is most widely used. Oct30 asked The intuition behind slant asymptotes Oct20 accepted Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Oct19 revised Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Added more to my [Update] Oct19 comment Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? +1 Yes, I've now understood exactly what you meant. Thanks for the comment. Oct19 revised Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Explained my reasoning. Oct19 comment Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? It means that $5^{a}=17$, but $a$ in this case is an irrational number, no?