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In

`f(x)=b^(x)`

, the value of

`b`

represents the base and if

`b>1`

we have

`q,`

`b<1`

when have and when

`q,`

Algebra Review of the Properties of Exponents:

`a^(m)*a^(n)=`

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`(a^(m))/(a^(n))=`

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`(a^(m))^(n)=`

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Solve for

`x:9^(2x+1)=3^(x-1)`