By using y=2^x or otherwise, solve

4^x - 3 (2^(x+1)) + 8= o

so i understand to convert the 4^x to 2^x(2) but how to proceed ??

sorry cant type equations properly dont know what language this forums use and again sorry.

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- May 5th 2012, 07:42 PMmathkid12Indices past paper question help
By using y=2^x or otherwise, solve

4^x - 3 (2^(x+1)) + 8= o

so i understand to convert the 4^x to 2^x(2) but how to proceed ??

sorry cant type equations properly dont know what language this forums use and again sorry. - May 5th 2012, 07:51 PMProve ItRe: Indices past paper question help
- May 5th 2012, 08:05 PMmathkid12Re: Indices past paper question help
thanks, thank you very very much!!!!!!!!1