`3^(x+4)=6^(2x-5)` Solve the equation.

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`3^(x+4) = 6^(2x-5)`

To solve, take the natural logarithm of both sides.

`ln (3^(x+4)) = ln (6^(2x-5))`

To simplify each side, apply the logarithm rule `ln (a^m) =m*ln(a)` .

`(x+4)ln(3) = (2x-5) ln...

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