(square root of 2)^(x+4)=4^x I know I just posted, but it started hailing so had to step away, but anyway... So I get that I need to square both sides, but do you square the power also? If so, and rewriting the problem, I get= [2^(x+4)]^2=[4^x]^2. Do you square the exponents too? Or do you just multiply them by 2?

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(square root of 2)^(x+4)=4^x I know I just posted, but it started hailing so had to step away, but anyway... So I get that I need to square both sides, but do you square the power also? If so, and rewriting the problem, I get= [2^(x+4)]^2=[4^x]^2. Do you square the exponents too? Or do you just multiply them by 2?

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