stuck part way through on simplifying this problem....

2/3[5ln(x+1) - 2ln(x-1) + 4ln(3x-1)] - 2ln(x+5) + 1

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- Jul 30th 2010, 11:06 AMRosieLairdnatural logarithim of a single quantitiy
stuck part way through on simplifying this problem....

2/3[5ln(x+1) - 2ln(x-1) + 4ln(3x-1)] - 2ln(x+5) + 1 - Jul 30th 2010, 11:39 AMCaptainBlack
- Jul 30th 2010, 12:11 PMMath Major
Also keep in mind that .

- Jul 30th 2010, 08:06 PMSoroban
Hello, RosieLaird!

This cannot be simplified to a single log.

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- Jul 30th 2010, 09:56 PMCaptainBlack
- Jul 31st 2010, 06:47 AMSoroban

Ha!

That's a new blunder for me . . .

. . Reading 5ln(x+1) to be sin(x+1)

Sheesh, that's embarrassing . . . Hope no one saw it.

. - Jul 31st 2010, 06:56 AMyeKciM
lol I see there this :

heheheh confusing :D

P.S. at first glance that 5ln is sin hehehehe :D