I have this slope equation where it wants me to find the slope of two points from a function:

The first thing I don't get is the power to 2x, what does that mean? does it mean power by 2, then by x or all in one go?

other than that, I believe I do know how to do the rest, by finding the difference and then just plugging the values in the slope formula.

Any help is appreciated.

**What is the slope of the secant line that intersects the graph of**f(x) = 3^{2x}**at x=0, and x=2?**The first thing I don't get is the power to 2x, what does that mean? does it mean power by 2, then by x or all in one go?

other than that, I believe I do know how to do the rest, by finding the difference and then just plugging the values in the slope formula.

Any help is appreciated.

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