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I need to solve the following equation for $x$ in [0, 1]. Assume $0<\alpha<1$ and $0<\lambda$.

$$(1 - x)^{\alpha+1} - \lambda (x+1)^{\alpha+1} = -2\lambda (\alpha + 1) x^\alpha$$

Would very much appreciate any kind of help!

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