Hello,

The problem is this:

2[ln(x) - ln(x+ 1) - ln(x- 1)]

I know to distribute the 2 first:

2ln(x) - 2ln(x+1) - 2ln(x-1)

Then take the 2 and make it an exponent:

ln(x)^2 - ln(x+1)^2 - ln(x-1)^2

I know at this point since subtraction is being used we will divide each so:

ln[ x^2 / (x+1)^2] - ln(x-1)^2

I am lost right there and not sure what to do next. Any help would be greatly appreciated.