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Math Help - Two problems about indices and exponential equations

  1. #16
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    I hope I understand what you want to know..

    You want the solution process to
    (x^{2}-5x+5)^{(x^{2}-9)}=1, right?

    Remember that a^{0}=1 and that 1^{b}=1 for all a and b, and you should be able to solve it.
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  2. #17
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    ok, tack så mycket, thank you,

    I'll try.
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