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If \(2^x = 7\), what is \(2^{2x+5}\)?

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\[\begin{align} 2^x=7\\&\implies 2^{2x}=7^2\\&\implies 2^{2x+5}=7^2\cdot 2^5=1568 \end{align}\]

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How come the \(2^x = 7 \) becomes \(2^{2x} = 7^2\)?

Square both sides ... \[(2^x)^2=7^2\]

@Rishabh Cool – Thanks! If the question change how to find the value of \(x\)?

@Cedie Camomot – Take log :- \[2^x=7\\\implies \log_2 2^x=\log_2 7\\ \implies x=\log_2 7\]

@Rishabh Cool – Thanks for helping me!

@Cedie Camomot – Welcome \(\ddot\smile\)

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TopNewest\[\begin{align} 2^x=7\\&\implies 2^{2x}=7^2\\&\implies 2^{2x+5}=7^2\cdot 2^5=1568 \end{align}\]

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How come the \(2^x = 7 \) becomes \(2^{2x} = 7^2\)?

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Square both sides ... \[(2^x)^2=7^2\]

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