How many times do you have to square #2# for it to become a multiple of #3#? Is it possible? In algebraic terms, #2^x =3y#.
Not only is it possible to satisfy
We can graph the two expressions and see where they intersect. And they do intersect twice and so there are 2 sets of
However, usually we restrict discussions of multiples to positive integers (and so 3, 6, 9, 12, and so on are multiples of 3) and there is no value of