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1. Hello! New to this so not too sure how to work it was just wondering if any of you clever students out there could help me with this question:
ln(x) + ln(4x) - ln(2x) = 1
Hope someone can help! Thank you!
Beth.
2. Use the logarithm laws to combine the LHS into one logarithm and then raise to the power of both sides of your equation e.g.

If then i.e.
3. (Original post by BethArkless)
Hello! New to this so not too sure how to work it was just wondering if any of you clever students out there could help me with this question:
ln(x) + ln(4x) - ln(2x) = 1
Hope someone can help! Thank you!
Beth.
Isn't this the same as the question you asked on the other thread?
4. use the 2 rules that:

and

(hint: do the plus part first - as you visualise the question as:

...from there, you shouldn`t need to exponentiate...

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