# How do you solve e^(x)-ln(x)=4?

Nov 26, 2016

$x = 0.052546964867641 \ldots .$
$x = 1.47975688167648 \ldots .$

graph{e^x-ln(x)-4 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

#### Explanation:

There isn't a simple way to do this using only the properties of natural logarithms....

I'll put in the graph, but take a look at the comments below.