2^{x} + 3 · 2^{x} = a^{2x Also, I was given a question hint that I should divide both sides by 2x }but I'm not sure how to proceed onwards from that step.
Any help would be appreciated, thank you
2^{x} + 3 · 2^{x} = a^{2x Also, I was given a question hint that I should divide both sides by 2x }but I'm not sure how to proceed onwards from that step.
Any help would be appreciated, thank you
Just as a note to other helpers here, this exact problem was also posted on the Askmath subreddit by someone with a very similar username (quite possibly the same person?). There, the OP has received several good hints as to how to start this problem.
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