Express the given quantity as a single logarithm. ln(8) + 4 ln(3) I did ln(8)+ln(3)^4 = ln(24^4) and it's wrong. can someone help me? it's urgent!!! thank u!!!
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Originally Posted by greenbee Express the given quantity as a single logarithm. ln(8) + 4 ln(3) I did ln(8)+ln(3)^4 = ln(24^4) and it's wrong. can someone help me? it's urgent!!! thank u!!! Hi greenbee, You made a common mistake by multiplying a number without an exponent times a number with one. Here's the breakdown.
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