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    Algebraic Simplification

    Need help simplifying this equation completely:

    2*ln(e^A) + 3*lnB^e

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTwoJ View Post
    Need help simplifying this equation completely:

    2*ln(e^A) + 3*lnB^e

    Thanks!
    \ln (e^A) = A \ln e = A \cdot 1 = A

    And \ln B^e = e \ln B

    Now you can use those two to simplify this equation.
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