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Solve for $x$ in $5^x-25=0$
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recall the property of exponents that says if bases are equal then the exponents should also be equal to satisfy the equation

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$x=2$

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$5^x =25$

$5^x = 5^2$ (prime factorise)

$x=2$ ( Due to the bases being the same we can work with the exponents, hence  x =2)

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