How do you solve #4^(3x-2)=1#?
As any number to the power of zero is one,
To solve an exponential equation, take the log of each side. Or remember that anything raised to the zero power equals 1.
Take the log of each side.
By log properties, the exponent becomes a coefficient
Divide both sides by log 4
Subtract 2 from each side.
Divide each side by 3
Remember that anything raised to the zero power equals 1
So the exponent