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    Exponent Equations (Laws of Indices)

    a^x = (x+y+z)^y
    a^y = (x+y+z)^z
    a^z = (x+y+z)^x

    Solve for x,y,z and a .

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    x+y+z=t

    so:

    a^x = (t)^y
    a^y = (t)^z
    a^z = (t)^x

    Now add them:

    a^x+a^y+a^z=t^x+t^y+t^z

    What you can say now?
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