1. (3*square root of 2)^square root of 2 How do I simplify this and other exponential expressions?
2. 3^(power of 2*x)-1=3^(power of x) + 2 How do i solve this?
Try this: instead of 2^(1/2), use some variable, r, for the (1/2). Now you have
something like (3*2^r)^(2^r), convert this into ordinary algebraic notation so it is easier to understand; and then use your laws of exponents.
It would look better if I had access to TEX right now.
Three to the square root of two power, multiplied by two to the [square root of two] over two power. It may read complicated, but it looks neat on my paper.
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