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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Solve for n:
(4^n)^3 (2^n + 2) = (4^2)^n – 1

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Please anyone help!!!! :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):
try this, try solving the right side. do what's in the parenthesis first

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I tried but no success :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):
wait I think I figured something out I'll get back to you.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
wait is it 2^n plus 2
or 2^n divided by 2

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
2^n plus 2

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok thanks

OpenStudy (anonymous):
you're welcome

OpenStudy (anonymous):
could you write it out in equation please.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Solve for n:
(4^n)^3 (2^n + 2) = (4^2)^n – 1.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok so\[(4^{n})^{3}(2^{n+2})=(4^{2})^{n+1}\]does that look right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
if so I understand it and can walk you through it.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Yes this is how it looks like! :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
ok first thing, you'll have to trust me, this is dificult. change the 4s to \[2^2\]

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
2^2s

OpenStudy (anonymous):
is it correct?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
yes. your equation should now look like this\[(2^{6n})(2^{n+2})=(2^{4})^{n-1}\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):
that's (2^(6n))(2^(n+2))=(2^4)^(n-1)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I solved it!!!

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
n=-2

OpenStudy (anonymous):
wow!! THANK you so much

OpenStudy (anonymous):
no problem, i had to ask my dad for help though so thank him.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Thank you so so so so much!!!! And thank your dad for me so much!!! :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
any time, what math are you in that was hard!

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
Algebra 2 with trigonometry

OpenStudy (anonymous):
It is quite complicated sometimes :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I'm in algebra 2 also, but without the trig,( except for the last chapter we did, that was weird.)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Ah cool, do you like math?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
I like it but sometimes I get so stuck :(

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
I admit, i'm a nerd. i LOVE it, but it runs in my blood
you're really good, especially at problem solving.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Wow, you're lucky that it runs in your blood!!! Thank you but I think I am not that good at it :( but thanks!!! for everything!

OpenStudy (anonymous):
any time