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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Originally Posted by RosieLaird stuck part way through on simplifying this problem.... 2/3[5ln(x+1) - 2ln(x-1) + 4ln(3x-1)] - 2ln(x+5) + 1 1. Parentheses do not match 2. You know that that and , so tell us what problem you are having applying these laws to this simplification. CB
Also keep in mind that .
Hello, RosieLaird! This cannot be simplified to a single log. . . . . . . . . . .
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, RosieLaird! This cannot be simplified to a single log. . . . . . . . . . . Just as I misread the parentheses you have misread the first term in the square brackets; it id not CB
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. .
lol I see there this : heheheh confusing P.S. at first glance that 5ln is sin hehehehe
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