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PLEASE HELP Since the bases are different on the left and right sides, you would have to take the natural log of both sides and move the exponent down using log laws (i.e. xlog23 = log6). Then, you can isolate for 'x' by dividing both sides by log23. If the bases were the same, you would have to expand one of the bases into an equivalent expression that matches the base on the other side (i.e. 4^x = 2 would turn into (2^2)^x = 2) and then solve for x by equating the bases.

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