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is this right?

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    64^(4 – x) = 4^(2x) 256 = 4^4 4^(4(4 – x)) = 4^2x 4(4 – x) = 2x 16 - 4x = 12x 16 = 12x x=16/12

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    Umm it could be that I'm not in your level of math yet but for some reason it looks like variables and numbers keep disappearing off of your work... Idk. Maybe I just keep tripping on the exponents :P

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    uhhh idk @Moonlight10198

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    wait a sec here, one question with steps in the math, did you follow order of operations in math where it state power, (), divide, Mupitly, add and subctract left to right? Just asking?

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