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posted by mazuba .
solve for x given that (1/8)^12x =2^x+3

I think you meant
(1/8)^(12x) =2^(x+3)
(2^3)^(12x) = 2^(x+3)
2^(36x) = 2^(x+3)
then
36x = x+3
37x = 3
x = 3/37
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