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1. I'm looking at the solutions of a question and I'm trying to figure out how to get from

lnx/ln2 + lnx/2ln2 = 1

to 3lnx/2 = ln2

where did the 3lnx come from? Any help would be great!
2. (Original post by HelloGoodbye)
I'm looking at the solutions of a question and I'm trying to figure out how to get from

lnx/ln2 + lnx/2ln2 = 1

to 3lnx/2 = ln2

where did the 3lnx come from? Any help would be great!
Let . Then so . That is, .
3. (Original post by Smaug123)
Let . Then so . That is, .
thanks!

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