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Is it 3^(2x+2) or 3^(2x) + 2?
3^(2x+2)
A third is 3^-1

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Yes, no?
No, I feel as though it is more involved than that.
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same base on both sides so the exponents must be equal -1 = ...?
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But, 1/3 is not the same base as 3
\[3^{-1} =3^{2x+2} \] so -1 =......?
1/3 = 3^-1 !!
estudier showed you that it is the same base actually.... and you agreed, so you're trapped! (you have no one to blame but yourself however)
Oh, if we raise 1/3 to the power of -1, we get 3, right? (Thus, making the bases equal?)
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1/3 is the same as 3^-1
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Oh, I see what you were saying, estudier! I thought that was your final answer!
1/2=x YAY!
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