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Logarithms - Topics in precalculus
I am requesting help understanding natural logs. I understand that if you have lets say
ln a = b
It can be rewritten as
a = e^b
What I would like to know is if there is any way I can simply a function with natural logs in it,
So if I had any function lets say
ln x = 10 - .5 ln A + .75 ln B - 1 ln C
Is there any way I could simplify that into normal terms without a long confusing jumble? If I had inputs, how do I go about solving a function like the above?
My understanding of natural logs is limited.
Thanks for any help.