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Find all real solutions for in $$2\left(2^x-\:1\right)\:x^2\:+\:\left(2^{x^2}-2\right)x\:=\:2^{x+1}\:-2$$

Apr 11, 2020

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do you mean

$$2^{x^2}=2^{(x^2)}\qquad or \qquad 2^{x^2}=(2^x)^2$$

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Apr 11, 2020
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Sorry for the confusion, it is the first one.

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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Yes that is what I thought but I still do not know how to solve it.

Melody  Apr 11, 2020
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Have you tried entering it into Wolfram|Alpha?

Apr 11, 2020
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I have the answers as 1,-1,0 but using WolframAlpha, they don't give steps. And I want the steps to getting to this answer.

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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It says that I have to pay to get the steps.

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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Yes, it gets expensive if you want the steps....

Apr 11, 2020
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do you know a way to get the steps for free? I have tried on other websites such as Symbolab but they all come out as error, and that they cannot solve this equation.

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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No, sorry, I have no idea.

Apr 11, 2020
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If you ever find a way to solve it, could you please let me know

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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Yes, will do.

That goes both ways if anyone finds an answer in the near future.

Melody  Apr 11, 2020
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Here is a graphical solution.

Maybe it can be used to get ideas.

Apr 11, 2020
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Thank you! This problem is really making me on edge. :) :(

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020
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See how I approached this problem here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help-please_7362#r4

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Thank you very much!!

littlemixfan  Apr 11, 2020