Unknown number 7

Calculate unknown number whose 12th power when divided by the 9th power get a number 27 times greater than the unknown number. Determine the unknown number.

Result

x1 =  5.196
x2 =  -5.196

Solution:

Solution in text x1 =
Solution in text x2 =

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