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1. How do you solve ln(2x + 1) = lnx + 2 ?
2. ln(2x+1)=ln(x)+2

Remember any um log law things?

like log(A) - log(B) = log(A/B)

then basically you have the base, the power of e and what it is equal to then just solve.
3. (Original post by Mark Scicluna)
How do you solve ln(2x + 1) = lnx + 2 ?
How do you think this might be solved!?

HINT you will need to have the x-terms all on one side of the equation.

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