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  1. anonymous
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  2. amistre64
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    4^(x+2) = 4^x * 4^2 = 48 48/16 = 3 4^x = 3

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    how u get 4^2?

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    could have sworn we just did this!

  5. amistre64
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    4^(a+b) = 4^a * 4^b

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    gj amistre

  7. amistre64
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    its just a rule of exponents

  8. anonymous
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    oh ok laws of exponents. \[4^m \times 4^n=4^{n+m}\]

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    i'm just going to keep giving amistre more medals so he can tell me about his new bike when he gets it

  10. anonymous
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    but we are using it from right to left \[4^x\times 4^2 =4^{x+2}\]

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    lol .... i get a bike :)

  12. anonymous
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    schwinn 3 speed. coaster brakes and a bell

  13. myininaya
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    with a pi symbol on it

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    i figure once I reach 1000 medals i get a killscreen lol

  15. anonymous
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    Natala i was going from the right hand side \[4^{x+2}\] to the left hand side \[4^x\times 4^2\]

  16. anonymous
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    that is where the \[4^2\] came from

  17. anonymous
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    I see thank your guy

  18. anonymous
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    k?

  19. anonymous
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    good. now it is clear where it 16 came from and so you divide to get \[4^x\] by itself

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    I get it now thank again

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