Wait, is this true?
It is supposedly true for all x, y, n, and m that are real.
This is actually kind of a big deal guys. Try to solve the equation
[math] 2^x + 3^x = 11[/math] without it. You need to use Taylor Series yes?
This equation kind of circumvents that, to an extent.
Some youtube guy from London claims to have made it.
This is the only kind of elementary algebra equation (no differentials) that I thought required calculus to solve and isn't taught in high schools.
I didn't know there was a formula for it. Same way they don't teach high schoolers about the quartic or triatic formulas I guess, instead just waiting for them to learn about Galois.