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1. I'm so stuck. The question is:

if 12^w = 2^x = 3^y
where w,x and y do not = 0
prove that xy = w(x+2y)

2. (Original post by RubyLee666)
I'm so stuck. The question is:

if 12^w = 2^x = 3^y
where w,x and y do not = 0
prove that xy = w(x+2y)

i started but then it just got ridiculous so i gave up sorry.
3. Sorry, I suck at trimultaneous equations. Good luck though.
4. (Original post by RubyLee666)
I'm so stuck. The question is:

if 12^w = 2^x = 3^y
where w,x and y do not = 0
prove that xy = w(x+2y)

Try taking the log of each term.

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