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1. How would you simplify ln 4 − 1/2ln 2
Mark scheme says 3/2ln 2
2. (Original post by kf141998)
How would you simplify ln 4 − 1/2ln 2
Mark scheme says 3/2ln 2
ln4 = 2ln2

therefore that is equal to (4/2)ln2-(1/2)ln2
which is (3/2)ln2
3. (Original post by xs4)
ln4 = 2ln2

therefore that is equal to (4/2)ln2-(1/2)ln2
which is (3/2)ln2
Oh, thank you
4. (Original post by kf141998)
Oh, thank you
no problem .

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