Mathematics

Solve:

4^(x-6)=2^(3x)

show all workings.

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  1. the bases are both multiples of 2, so this is easy

    4^(x-6)=2^(3x)
    2^2)^(x-6) = 2^(3x)
    2^(2x-12) = 2^3x
    then 3x = 2x-12
    x = -12

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