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Homework Help: algebra 3-4

Posted by thu on Wednesday, September 26, 2007 at 2:37am.

im in a cal class but were reviewing algebra stuff now. and i have 1 more questions.

it says.
express the given quantity as a single loragithms

2ln4-ln2

so is it 2ln(2)

please tell me if im getting the right answers and if im not then please show me how to do it. thank you for reading.

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