Im stuck on this one. I can't figure out the next step. if I devide through by x it gets confusing. could someone show a next step.

thanks.

$\displaystyle

\ln \left( x+2 \right) =1+\ln \left( x \right)

$

i get to here...

$\displaystyle

{\frac {x+2}{x}}={{\rm e}}

$

this is the solution in the book.

$\displaystyle

x={\frac {2}{\rm e-1}}

$