X^(4/3) - 6X^(2/3) = -8 and 9^(2x) - 2*9^x = 3 Thanks!!
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These are simple quadratic forms. You must see the relationship to all other quadratics you have encountered. Then, This should be familiar.
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For the first equation, I got down to x^4 - 6x^2 + 2 = 0 , am I doing it right so far?
That would depend on your substitution. What did you do? Normally, you would want to change variables. Using 'x' both before and after is certainly bad form, but mostly it's just confusing. Try and write the whole thing in terms of 'y'.
Ohhhh haha I got them now !! Should have thought of substitution