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    Using index laws to simplify this equation

    Could anyone help me simplify this equation using index laws:

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    Re: Using index laws to simplify this equation

    Hey Jaydenaus.

    Try using the fact that 6 = 3*2 and that 3^(n+4) = 9*3^(n+2)
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    Re: Using index laws to simplify this equation

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydenaus View Post
    Could anyone help me simplify this equation using index laws:


    I would simply divide each term by 3^{n+1}.
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    Re: Using index laws to simplify this equation

    I guess the question is, do you know what the "index laws" are?
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