I have no idea what you mean by that.

Taking logarithms of what?2. upon taking logarithms we have that ln( 1)

I think I am starting to work it out: you had , is that right?3. Using one of the logarithm rules we have that 2 ln( 1) = 0,

Once again, I have no idea what this is supposed to mean.4. or upon division by 2, that ln( 1) = 0.

5. Therefore el

n( 1)

= e0

If you started with then you should know that the logarithm function is only defined for,

6. which simplifies to 1 = 1.

The conclusion of the ‘proof’ is clearly false, so explain exactly at what

step(s) things went wrong.

So basically I got for the answer: log(-1)(1)=2

I just want to know if my answer is right. I would really appreciate some helps thanks!positivex-values. ln(-1) is not defined so nothing you write with it is correct.