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Solve the exponential equation. 1/16 = 64^ 4x-3

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  1. geekwannabe
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    Just clarify. Is the equation \[1/16 = 64^{(4x-3)} ?\]

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  2. mahserindortatlisi
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    4^-2=4^12x-9 -2=12x-9 x=7/12

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  3. mahserindortatlisi
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    is it enough to understand ?

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  4. geekwannabe
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    I guess he/she decided to try it out :D

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  5. mahserindortatlisi
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    :) i think so

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  6. jennychan12
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    \[4^{-2} = 4^{3(4x-3)}\] solve from there?

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  7. mahserindortatlisi
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    yes

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  8. mahserindortatlisi
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    it's clearer than the other one to solve

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  9. jennychan12
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    where is @algebra2sucks ? and i wish i were back in algebra 2. calculus sucks!

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  10. geekwannabe
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    Haha, Linear Algebra is the pain more than Calculus @jennychan12

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  11. jennychan12
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    yes. that's the sad part. :( as my teacher said,"It's not the Calculus that's hard. It's the Algebra that goes with the Calculus."

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  12. mahserindortatlisi
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    next year i will have to take algebra dont scare me :D

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  13. geekwannabe
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    Oh no, piece of cake. Just a few brackets and sometimes it takes a few pages to solve one problem lol it's not hard, it's just too many numbers trying to confuse our eyes.

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  14. mahserindortatlisi
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    like discrete ?

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  15. geekwannabe
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    depends on which you take. If first time, probably you'll take Elementary Linear. Just couple more things to know but mainly solving for the more than 2x2 matrices.

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  16. jennychan12
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    haaa @geekwannabe

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  17. mahserindortatlisi
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    matrices more than 2x2 it's enough to consufe your mind

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  18. jennychan12
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    ^ yep ugh. matrices. frustrating.

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  19. geekwannabe
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    I think when algebra2sucks comes back, he'll think someone spam his thread D: D:

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  20. jennychan12
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    sorry @algebra2sucks if we turned this into a discussion

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  21. geekwannabe
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    yup, just a heads up if later you're going to take another kind of Algebra.

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  22. algebra2sucks
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    Haha its cool so the answer is up there or i have to figure it out

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  23. jennychan12
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    i'll retype it. \[4^{-2} = 4^(4x-3)\] solve from there?

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  24. jennychan12
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    ahh sheeet \[4^{-2} = 4^{4x-3}\]

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  25. mahserindortatlisi
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    yes i did :) an hour ago we also did this conversation

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  26. mahserindortatlisi
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    but your answer was different check the other one the other one is true

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