Ram Giri
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3^(5x-4) * a^(4x-3) = 3^(2x-3) * a^(x-2)

3^(5x-4) / 3^(2x-3) = a^(x-2) / a^(4x-3)

3^(5x-4-2x+3) = a^(x-2-4x+3)

3^(3x-1) = a^(-3x+1)

From this, we can deduce that a = 1/3. However, x can essentially be anything. Even when we plug back what "a" is into the original equation, all you get is 3^(x-1) = 3^(x-1) which doesn't really help you … Read more