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 Mar30 awarded Nice Question Mar7 comment Is my matlab code solving the problem? Thank you for the comment. I wrote the derivate like this (-272.9057*0.7528/1000)*exp(-Z(1)*0.7528/1000)) + 17.3368/1000 Do you think it's wrong and that it has a sign error? I'm not sure what that should be. Please inform me what can be the mistake. Mar5 comment Is my matlab code solving the problem? I have written my derivative like this (-272.9057*0.7528/1000)*exp(-Z(1)*0.7528/1000)) + 17.3368/1000 is it incorrect? I'm sorry that I don't understand what can be wrong. Mar5 revised Is my matlab code solving the problem? added 80 characters in body Mar5 comment Is my matlab code solving the problem? Thank you for the information. But I don't fully understand how you write the derivative. Should it not be differentiated term by term? Mar5 asked Is my matlab code solving the problem? Dec28 comment What parts of a pure mathematics undergraduate curriculum have been discovered since 1964? Itō calculus (?) Dec26 comment Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? I reward yo for clarity and find explaining the difficulty. I'm going to study if a transform can rewrite the equation as a solvable equation. Dec20 accepted Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Dec20 awarded Nice Question Dec20 revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 15 characters in body Dec20 comment Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Can you please elaborate how we make it two equations? Dec20 revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 15 characters in body Dec20 revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 68 characters in body Dec20 comment Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Thanks. I'm trying to learn how to solve equations like these. Interesting it was not trivial. Dec20 asked Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Dec18 accepted How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? Dec18 revised How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? deleted 1 character in body Dec18 revised How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? added 3 characters in body Dec18 asked How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part?