SOLUTION: Explain how to solve an exponential equation when both sides cannot be written as a power of the same base. Use 3X= 140 in your equation. Thanks.

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Polynomials-and-rational-expressions Question 762010: Explain how to solve an exponential equation when both sides cannot be written as a power of the same base. Use 3X= 140 in your equation. Thanks.Answer by Alan3354(34677)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Explain how to solve an exponential equation when both sides cannot be written as a power of the same base. Use 3X= 140 in your equation. --------- 3x = 140 x = 140/3 =========== If you mean 3^x = 140 x*log(3) = log(140) x = log(140)/log(3)