Need some help with this. Not understanding my notes on the lecture.
Simplify the following by combining all terms into a single logarithm.
ln(x^2)+(1/3)ln(x-2)-4
Thanks to anyone who helps.
Yeah I know what the properties are but I don't know how to apply them to this particular problem.
This was what I got and I have no idea if it's right:
1) ln(x^2)+(1/3)ln(x-2)-4
2) = ln(x^2)+ln((x-2)-4)^1/3
3) = ln(x^2((x-2)-4)^1/3
Would you someone mind checking this and showing me how to do it right?