I am unable to solve this problem I devised, but I know there is a solution according to Wolfram alpha.

For some real number x, (ln( x)) *(ln(ln(x)) results in a complex number with a nonzero imaginary part, but a real part of 0. Find x.

I am unable to solve this problem I devised, but I know there is a solution according to Wolfram alpha.

For some real number x, (ln( x)) *(ln(ln(x)) results in a complex number with a nonzero imaginary part, but a real part of 0. Find x.

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