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2^x • 4^(x+5) = 4^(2x-1) The trick to solving this is to CHANGE THE BASE to a common one, in this case 2. 2^x • (2²)^(x+5) = (2²)^(2x-1) 2^x • (2)^(2x+10) = (2)^(4x-2) (2)^(3x+10) = (2)^(4x-2) Since the bases are the same, the powers must also be the same. (3x+10) = (4x-2) x = 12
if this is right can you help me with my problem :D?
ha well itll take a while to find out, but whats ur problem??
Which of the following is a false statement? There is only one correct answer for the surface area of a composite figure. There is more than one way to calculate the surface area of a composite figure. The surface area of a composite figure is measured in square units. There is only one way to calculate the surface area of a composite figure.
Well now this one is a brain scratcher... hmmm :P lol
ha sorry i honestly have no idea lol
its ok =p no one else did to :(
I'll ask my dad when he gets home >,< he knows math very well
What about your question =)?
wtf? thats math? lol
What grade are you in >.<
I am a senior in hisgh school :P
=D I just started high school I'm in 7th grade :D
or middle school o_o idk
you... dont know? O.o
I just know I am in 7th grade ._.