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After playing around with Thethe Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength"x"wavelength $x$) I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know itsit's a Transcendental Equationtranscendental equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram MathematicaMathematica 7 or MathlabMATLAB.

Could not get this to work http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/newin7/content/TranscendentalRoots/PlotTheRootsOfANestedTranscendentalEquation.htmlthis to work: $$x=\frac{a*exp(a/x)}{-5*(exp(a/x)-1)}$$$$x=\frac{a \exp(a/x)}{-5 (\exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

After playing around with The Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength"x") I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know its a Transcendental Equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram Mathematica 7 or Mathlab.

Could not get this to work http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/newin7/content/TranscendentalRoots/PlotTheRootsOfANestedTranscendentalEquation.html $$x=\frac{a*exp(a/x)}{-5*(exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

After playing around with the Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength $x$) I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know it's a transcendental equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram Mathematica 7 or MATLAB.

Could not get this to work: $$x=\frac{a \exp(a/x)}{-5 (\exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

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After playing around with The Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength"x") I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know its a Transcendental Equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram Mathematica 7 or Mathlab.

Could not get this to work http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/newin7/content/TranscendentalRoots/PlotTheRootsOfANestedTranscendentalEquation.html $$x=\frac{a*exp(a/x)}{-5*(exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

After playing around with The Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength"x") I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know its a Transcendental Equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram Mathematica 7 or Mathlab.

$$x=\frac{a*exp(a/x)}{-5*(exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

After playing around with The Planck radiation law for the spectral energy density, (differentiation and setting equal to 0 to find the maximum wavelength"x") I'm stuck on how to deal with what I'm left with.

I'm having difficulty trying to solve and plot the roots of this equation. I know its a Transcendental Equation and will have to solved numerically though I'm at a loss how to do this on programs such as Wolfram Mathematica 7 or Mathlab.

Could not get this to work http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/newin7/content/TranscendentalRoots/PlotTheRootsOfANestedTranscendentalEquation.html $$x=\frac{a*exp(a/x)}{-5*(exp(a/x)-1)}$$

where $a$ is a constant

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