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The Hardest Math Problem Ever

obsessedAndreobsessedAndre Posts: 240Registered User Junior Member
"Find x > 3 such that

ln(x) < x^(0.1)"

How do you solve this type of problem? I plugged it into my TI-89 solver and didn't get anything. As a hint, the number is unbelievably huge.
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