Andreas Grech
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 Oct 19 revised Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Added more to my [Update] Oct 19 comment Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? +1 Yes, I've now understood exactly what you meant. Thanks for the comment. Oct 19 revised Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Explained my reasoning. Oct 19 comment Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? It means that $5^{a}=17$, but $a$ in this case is an irrational number, no? Oct 19 asked Why is $x^{\log_x n}=n$? Oct 10 accepted Can asymptotes be imaginary? Oct 10 awarded Quorum Oct 9 asked Can asymptotes be imaginary? Sep 27 comment Why should you never divide both sides by a variable when solving an equation? Thanks for the comments; they both helped me understand the problem more. Sep 27 comment Why should you never divide both sides by a variable when solving an equation? +1 Thanks for explaining it perfectly. Sep 27 accepted Why should you never divide both sides by a variable when solving an equation? Sep 27 revised Solving the equation $x + \sqrt{2x+1} = 7$ Fixed formatting. Sep 27 suggested approved edit on Solving the equation $x + \sqrt{2x+1} = 7$ Sep 27 asked Why should you never divide both sides by a variable when solving an equation? May 28 comment Solving $\sqrt{x+5} = x - 1$ +1 Thanks, that's what I was confused about before, because I thought they where solutions, not potential solutions. May 25 comment Solving $\sqrt{x+5} = x - 1$ Kevin Reid, thanks for taking the time to convert my images into LaTeX. I was actually planning to do it but I guess the community was ahead of me :) May 25 awarded Scholar May 25 accepted Solving $\sqrt{x+5} = x - 1$ May 25 awarded Nice Question May 25 comment Solving $\sqrt{x+5} = x - 1$ I didn't understand your answer. Why do you have 3 lines showing 4 = 4 and two lines showing 0 = 0?