# College Algebra

I have t = ln(2)/.04 and the book has the answer as 25ln(2)
I know these are the same but please show me the steps to go from ln(20)/.04 to 25ln(2)
What rules etc. make it so I can do that so I can do it on later problems

Thank you

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1. 1/.04 = 100/4 = 25

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