Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

You have the expression ($5^{5}$$)^{x}=5^{15}.You have to find the value of x: 5^{5x}=5^{15} -multiply the exponents because you are raising a power to a power. 5x=15 -divide both sides by 5- x=3 The expression would be (5^{5}$$)^{3}$=$5^{15}$