Posted by **Amy~** on Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 6:15pm.

how to write each expression into a single logarithm.

ln(x-1/x) + ln(x/x+1) - ln((x^(2)-1))

the answer is: -2ln(x+1)

steps please

i tried solving this but ended up getting this long expression

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