Posted by **Nicole** on Monday, August 28, 2006 at 1:35am.

How would you solve for A

5 x 3^(x+2)= A x 3^(x)

Please help me, I have loads of problems like this on my homework assignment and I just can't seem to figure it out

Well, we could divide both sides by 3^x couldn't we? We know it's never 0, so there's no division by 0 to worry about.

We'd then have (5 x 3^(x+2))/3^X = A.

Can you solve it from there?

Thank you so much

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