Hi

I have an equation $\displaystyle e^{2t} = 4$

So to solve I do this:

$\displaystyle 2t = ln4$

$\displaystyle t = ln4/2$

That's fine, but answer is t = ln2. How do you get from ln2?

I can see that ln(4)/2 is equivalent to ln2 - but what is algebra to get to ln2?

Angus