Hello Here's the problem I need a hand with: If a^2x = b^y and a^3y = b^2x Find x in terms of y, and a in terms of b Thanks in advance
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If a^2x = b^y and a^3y = b^2x Find x in terms of y, and a in terms of b Answer: a^2x = b^y a^2x : a^2 = b^y : a^2 x = b^y/a^2 a^3y = b^2x a^3y : y = b^2x : y a^3 = b^2x/y a=sqrt order 3 of ( b^2x/y)
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