Home » how to solve » College Algebra – Part 147 (Exponential Functions – Equations) College Algebra – Part 147 (Exponential Functions – Equations) Author: movieadmin | Dec072018 Posted in how to solve 18 Comments Remedy: 3^(x + 2) = 27 5^x = 1/125 8^(x + 1) = 16^(x – 3) source Comments Posted by Paula Sanchez December 7, 2018 Great walk through and solid jokes. Thank you! Reply Posted by arnold Deshmhuk December 7, 2018 you are amazing Reply Posted by Tropic Electricity Inc December 7, 2018 i try this format but i am lost help plz 64^(3p-2)= 4^(2p+5) Reply Posted by Lela Nhlapo December 7, 2018 here the night before the exam ðŸ˜¢ Reply Posted by Michael Nahas December 7, 2018 Really useful thanks so much! Reply Posted by B VENKATESH REDDY December 7, 2018 Thank u Reply Posted by Easy Learning December 7, 2018 thx sir Reply Posted by Alhassan Dumbuya December 7, 2018 you are good in teaching, Â but you gather break everything down and show us how you have the answer andÂ don'tÂ skip and just said that is the answer someone will not understand please. Reply Posted by ali dbouk December 7, 2018 god bless bro, saved my ass and gpa.. Reply Posted by Hazel Miranda December 7, 2018 i have a question, why did the 5^3 turn into 5^-3? Reply Posted by arianna portillo December 7, 2018 Hello very helpful video, but how would I solve 3^x-2=18 if they don't have the same base? Reply Posted by Sap GT December 7, 2018 what if the exponent is x+1/2? Reply Posted by Dillon O'Connor December 7, 2018 today I have a final with this on it and I am in 8th grade… "college algebra" Reply Posted by Ben Schnipke December 7, 2018 This may be a silly question but with that last one how did you find x to be 15? Reply Posted by Priya December 7, 2018 cool teacher. explains well Reply Posted by drfly152 December 7, 2018 Thank you so very much. Very helpful! ðŸ™‚ Reply Posted by Lindani Bhengu December 7, 2018 I teach this this in grade 9 Reply Posted by Noah pincus December 7, 2018 i love how this is college algebra and im doing it in algebra 1 Reply Add Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website

Great walk through and solid jokes. Thank you!

you are amazing

i try this format but i am lost help plz 64^(3p-2)= 4^(2p+5)

here the night before the exam ðŸ˜¢

Really useful thanks so much!

Thank u

thx sir

you are good in teaching, Â but you gather break everything down and show us how you have the answer andÂ don'tÂ skip and just said that is the answer someone will not understand please.

god bless bro, saved my ass and gpa..

i have a question, why did the 5^3 turn into 5^-3?

Hello very helpful video, but how would I solve 3^x-2=18 if they don't have the same base?

what if the exponent is

x+1/2?

today I have a final with this on it and I am in 8th grade… "college algebra"

This may be a silly question but with that last one how did you find x to be 15?

cool teacher. explains well

Thank you so very much. Very helpful! ðŸ™‚

I teach this this in grade 9

i love how this is college algebra and im doing it in algebra 1