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ln x^2(x+1)/x+2
Write in terms of ln(x), ln(x+1), and ln(x+2)
is the correct steps this?
lnx^2 + ln(x+1)  ln(x+2) = 2lnx + ln(x+1)  ln(x+2)

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Steve
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