indicial equation worksheet

Solves logarithmic expression in this form 3^{x-2} = 4^{2x+1}

Indicial equations are mathematical equations that involve exponents or powers. In this case, the equation 2^(x+1) = 3^(2x-5) is a good example.

To solve this equation, we need to first rewrite both sides of the equation with the same base. We can do this by using the property that

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