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Please help me simplify this exponential algebraic expression.

$$\frac{2^{x+1} \times 2^{x} \times 2^{-2}}{8^{x-1}}$$
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(2^x+1 X 2^x X 2^-2)/2^3x-3

= 2^(x+1+x-2-(3x-3))

= 2^(2-x)
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2^2x-1 ÷ 2^3x-3


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