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What is the solution to the equation 364c = (8c - 6) ?

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  1. georgeblue22
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    Bring the pronumerals to one side 364c - 8c = -6 356c = -6 c = -6/356 simplify and you will get c = -3/178

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  2. timo86m
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    i guess george is right :)

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  3. danny_dumond
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    OOOOHHHH NOOOOO hahaha im sooo sorry its 36^4c= sqrt6^(8c - 6) what happened there?!

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  4. timo86m
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    draw it |dw:1342162040159:dw| ?

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  5. georgeblue22
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    |dw:1342162087486:dw|

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  6. timo86m
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    @danny_dumond better draw it instead of typing it.

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  7. Wired
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    Is this it? \[\LARGE 36^{4c} = (\sqrt{6})^{8c-6}\]

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  8. danny_dumond
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    it's his right there^^^^

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  9. danny_dumond
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    sorry for the confusion!!!

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  10. georgeblue22
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    You should try to get the same base for both sides to solve the problem since the pronumeral is an exponential

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  11. Wired
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    \[\LARGE 36 = 6^{2} = 6^{\frac{4}{2}}(\sqrt{6})^{4}\] \[\LARGE 36^{4c} = (\sqrt{6})^{4})^{4c} = (\sqrt{6})^{16c}\]

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  12. Wired
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    AAHHHH. should be an equuals between 6^(4/2) and (root6) ^ 4

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  13. Wired
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    \[\LARGE (\sqrt{6})^{16c} = (\sqrt{6})^{(8c-6)} \] 16c = 8c-6 Solve for c.

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  14. danny_dumond
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    -3/4 ty......

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