Can you please help me to understand a portion of this example?
I am ok until the 4th line that uses the distributive property.
Should I distribute the ln alone or do I distribute the ln 2?
. . . Distributive Property
Don't you see anything wrong with this?
Think about what you're asking . . .
If I have: . ,
. . can I distribute the and leave the outside
. . and get: . ?
Oh, sure . . . why not?