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Why can’t I solve it this way (1 Viewer)

Drongoski

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You don't need to exponentiate.


ln(x+1) + ln(2x+1) = ln 4
.: ln(x+1)(2x+1) = ln 4
.: (x+1)(2x+1) = 4

Then solve. Remember the argument of ln must be positive; we need x+1 > 0 and 2x+1 > 0.
 

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