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Posted by **Kat** on Monday, June 13, 2011 at 9:34pm.

4*(3-x)^4/3 - 5 = 59

(4/3 is an exponent)

I got to this far... (3-x)^4/3 = 16

But how do I get rid of the exponent? Please help me my final is tomorrow and I still don't know :(

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**Reiny**, Monday, June 13, 2011 at 9:44pm(3-x)^4/3 = 16 , great so far

raise both sides to the 3/4

[(3-x)^4/3]^(3/4) = 16^(3/4)

3-x = 8

x = -5

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