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Solve. $5^(3x-1)*5^(2x-5)=5^(x+6)$
1. $x = 0$
2. $x = 1/5$
3. $x = 2$
4. $x = 3$
Solve. $64^x=8^(3x+1)$
1. $x = 1$
2. $x = -1$
3. $x = 1/5$
4. $x = -1/5$
Simplify. $(2x)^4/(2x^4)$
1. $8, \ x!=0$
2. $4$
3. $2, \ x!=0$
4. $1$
Evaluate. $(1/27)^(-2/3)$
1. -3
2. 9
3. $1/3$
4. $-1/9$
Simplify. Assume $x$ and $y$ are positive. $(x^2y)/(x^(3/4)y^(1/3)$
1. $x^(5/4)y^(2/3)$
2. $x^(11/14)y^(4/3)$
3. $x^(3/2)y^(1/3)$
4. $x^(1/2)y^(1/3)$
Solve for $x$. $3^(2x) = 27^(4)$
1. $6$
2. $7/2$
3. $32$
4. $4$
What is the equation of the exponential function in the following graph? Assume that the scale of both axes is one unit.
1. $f(x) = 2^x$
2. $f(x) = 2^x + 3$
3. $f(x) = 5^x$
4. $f(x) = 10^x - 5$
Write $root7 {: x^4$ as a rational exponent.
1. $x^(7/4)$
2. $x^4$
3. $x^(4/7)$
4. $x^7$
Which function is an example of exponential growth?
1. $g(x)=0.4(1.3)^x$
2. $f(x)=1.6(0.85)^x$
3. $h(x)=0.5(0.95)^x$
4. $k(x)=1.2(1-.25)^x$
Simplify $(4x^4y)^(3/2)$. Assume $x$ and $y$ are positive.
1. $4x^6y^(3/2)$
2. $8x^6y^(3/2)$
3. $4x^4y^(3/2)$
4. $2x^6y^(3/2)$
What is the equation of the exponential function graphed below? Assume that the scale of both axes is one unit.
1. $f(x) = 2^x$
2. $f(x) = 10^x$
3. $f(x) = e^x$
4. Not enough information
Simplify. Answer must only have positive exponents.

$(x^-3 * y^-4 * y^2 *x^1) / (x^5 * y^2)$
1. $(x^-2 * y^-2)/(x^5 * y^2)$
2. $(y^2 * x)/(x^8 * y^6)$
3. $1 / (x^8 * y^6)$
4. $1 / (x^7 * y^4)$
Solve for $x$. $16^(x-2) = 64^(2x-2)$
1. $-1/2$
2. $2$
3. $-5/2$
4. $1/2$