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November 7th, 2017, 03:29 AM   #1
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Is problem of mathematic of Implict function that impossible to solve? and my next question: Is there problem that hard to solve but solvable in Implict function subject? And the last question (connected to the others): Is there hardest question in this subject?
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Is problem of mathematic of Implict function that impossible to solve? and my next question: Is there problem that hard to solve but solvable in Implict function subject? And the last question (connected to the others): Is there hardest question in this subject?
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If you mean "closed form solution" then the answer is "yes" you can write an implicit equation that cannot be solved exactly. It's merely a variation on equations in one variable that cannot be solved. For example: $\displaystyle x^2y + e^{y} = 2$ cannot be solved for y(x). However unless you have an exceptional equation to work with you can usually get an approximate solution.

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Why is it hard to solve your exaution?
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This is a classic case of an unsolvable equation. Here is a link to its definition. The Lambert function W cannot be solved exactly... you can only approximate a solution. In your case you can't separate the y from the exponential without ending up with a term $\displaystyle \ln( x^2y )$, which is just as bad as the original.

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