Hi

Im halfway though a homework problem and i was hoping for a little insight into how one would go about solving the problem.

Thanks for whatever you can offer!

The question:

$\displaystyle \ln(y+\sqrt{2y-1})+\ln(y-\sqrt{2y-1})=0$

So far ive got them all to the same side, added the logs and brought it down to $\displaystyle \ln(y^2-2y-1)=0$ and was wondering how to remove the ln in order to solve the equation?

Thank you very much