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If 5^x 5^x - 3 = (125)(5^y), what is y in terms of x? A. x

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If 5^x 5^x - 3 = (125)(5^y), what is y in terms of x? A. x [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2006, 07:17
If 5^x – 5^x - 3 = (125)(5^y), what is y in terms of x?

A. x
B.x - 6
C.x - 3
D.2x + 3
E.2x + 6
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Re: what is y in terms of x? [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2006, 10:20
ong wrote:
If 5^x – 5^x - 3 = (125)(5^y), what is y in terms of x?

A. x
B.x - 6
C.x - 3
D.2x + 3
E.2x + 6

Question is not correct..
-3 = 5^(y+3) ...........
I think it should be
5^x * 5^(x - 3) = (125)(5^y)
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Re: what is y in terms of x? [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2006, 20:09
freetheking wrote:
ong wrote:
If 5^x – 5^x - 3 = (125)(5^y), what is y in terms of x?

A. x
B.x - 6
C.x - 3
D.2x + 3
E.2x + 6

Question is not correct..
-3 = 5^(y+3) ...........
I think it should be
5^x * 5^(x - 3) = (125)(5^y)


Yes, u right sorry for missing. How about the answer
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2006, 20:59
I am getting y=2x-6, but it is not among the answers?
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2006, 11:45
the choice is correct!!!!
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