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hint
a^0 = 1

and
(a^x)^y = a^{xy}

Can you explain this to me step by step i don't get this. plz

anyone?

x = 0 because anything raised rto the 0 power is 1

6^2=36
so 36 ^0 =1

Can you also help me with this one plz? this is part B.

this is an indices property that anything raised to the power is 0

If (60)x = 1, what are the possible values of x? Explain your answer.

60x=1
x=1/60

this 60 multiplied to x and that was 36^x

Assuming you mean 60^x=1, that's exactly the same question.

is it 60^x 0r 60 x

It is not the same question how do i do part B?

what is part b?

60x=1
x=1/60

So is both Part A and Part B have the same answer?

yes.

nope

part is (60)x=1
x=1/60

there can not be such answers in exponents or can there?

60x = 1 is different from 60^x = 1

thats what i'm saying

sdo both the answers are 1 then right?

what is Part B answer????

I don't give answers. You've gotten 3 explanations for this problem. What are you confused about?

i can't find the solution

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so what does x have to be?

0?

yes!!!

wait but both the answers are going to be 0 right?

yeah

Thanks Both of you!!