PreCalculus - Need help, due tonight

1. Rewrite the expression 1/2ln(x – 6) + 3ln(x +1) as a single logarithm.

2. Rewrite the expression 1/3[ln x – 2ln(1 – x)] as a single logarithm.

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  1. #1: ln[√(x-6)*(x+1)^3]
    #2: ln∛(x/(1-x)^2)

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