Algebra II/ Pre Calc

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ln(12+x)=

It is not (ln 12)(ln x) or (ln12x)

  • Algebra II/ Pre Calc -

    log (a+b) has no simplifation

    do not confuse it with
    log (ab) which equals log a + log b

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