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How can the roots of a certain type of equation be found?
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How can the roots of a certain type of equation be found?
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Let F(x) = ∫
_{a}
^{b}
G(u)•x
^{u}
du
where a and b are constants, either or both of which could be ±∞, and
G is some function.
Does anyone know a procedure for finding the roots, i.e., the values of x such that F(x) = 0?
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