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The number of positive integers satifying
x+ln(2x+1)=x ln5 +ln6 are?

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the number is zero

Pick any value for x > 0
the slope of x + ln(2x+1) increases slowly from 1
The slope of xln5 + 6 stays constant at ln5=1.6

The two graphs never intersect

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