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If n=3^(n-2) and t=3^n then t is n/9 n 3n 9n 27n

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If n=3^(n-2)
and
t=3^n

then t is

n/9
n
3n
9n
27n
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New post 21 Oct 2008, 12:08
9n, by plugging in numbers.

I used n = 3

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New post 21 Oct 2008, 13:20
spiridon wrote:
If n=3^(n-2)
and
t=3^n

then t is

n/9
n
3n
9n
27n



n=3^(n-2) = 3^n /3^2= 3^n/9

3^n=9n=t

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