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 A341328 Decimal expansion of the smaller solution (i.e., the solution other than x = 5) to 5^x = x^5. 0
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Also decimal expansion of the other solution to log(x)/x = log(5)/5. Also the limit of infinite tetration a^a^...^a, where a = 5^(1/5). Let b be a rational number > e, then: if b is not of the form b = (1 + 1/s)^(s+1) for some positive integer s, then the other solution to b^x = x^b (or equivalently, log(x)/x = log(b)/b) is transcendental. In particular, if b is a positive integer other than 1, 2 and 4, then the other solution to b^x = x^b is transcendental (Vassilev-Missana, p. 23). LINKS M. Vassilev-Missana, Some results on infinite power towers, Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, Vol. 16 (2010) No. 3, 18-24. FORMULA Equals -(5/log(5))*W(-log(5)/5), where W is the principal branch of the Lambert W function. EXAMPLE If x = 1.7649219145257758827587235909114591014..., then log(x)/x = log(5)/5. MATHEMATICA RealDigits[-5*ProductLog[-Log[5]/5]/Log[5], 10, 105] PROG (PARI) default(realprecision, 92); solve(x=1, 2, 5^x-x^5) CROSSREFS Cf. A166928. Sequence in context: A154194 A091589 A100322 * A094961 A069814 A198816 Adjacent sequences:  A341325 A341326 A341327 * A341329 A341330 A341331 KEYWORD nonn,cons AUTHOR Jianing Song, Feb 09 2021 STATUS approved

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