1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Simplify x^(3logx2 - logx5) to find an exact numerical value. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 3logx2=logx2^3 or logx8, (logx8 - logx5)=logx8/5 the inverse would be x^y=8/5 (y is unknown) therefore logx8/5=y and x^(logx8/5)=x^y=8/5 and the inverse of that would be logx8/5=logx8/5 (logx8/5)-(logx8/5)=0 rewriting it you get logx(8/5)/(8/5) or just logx1=0 once again the inverse would be 1=x^0 which tells me that x can be any given number. Is this correct?