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    Solve for X

    Hey guys I need help on this equation
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    1.2.3=x.y.z =>x=1,y=2,z=3

    Quote Originally Posted by reyyreyym View Post
    Hey guys I need help on this equation
    1)separate the numbers with powers and those without powers.
    2)equalise as given in the title.
    3)i got x=1/2,0,-1
    4)you can also use log
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    Thx a bunch bro, hmmm still kind off confusing..how do u manage to seperate, they are all powers?. Can you show me the steps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pulock2009 View Post
    1)separate the numbers with powers and those without powers.
    2)equalise as given in the title.
    3)i got x=1/2,0,-1
    4)you can also use log
    these "solutions" to the equation ...

    \frac{10^{1-2x}}{3^{5x}} = 4^{6x+3}

    ... do not work.
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