algebra 34
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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
2ln4ln2
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.

2ln4  ln2 = ln[(4^2)/2] = ln 8
2 (ln4  ln2)= 2 ln 2
Did you omit parentheses? 
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