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Write IN(x^(2)\sqrt(y-1))/(z^(5)) as a sum and/or difference of ln with all variables to the first degree.

Write IN(x^(2)sqrt(y-1))/(z^(5)) as a sum and/or difference of ln with all variables to the first degree.

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  • oh sorry ln (x^2√(y-1)) /(z^5) =  ln (x^2√(y-1)) -5ln(z) = ln x^2 +ln√(y-1)) -5ln(z) = 2lnx+(1/2)ln(y-1)-5lnz answer
    • yadavrakesh8497
    • May 03, 2018 at 1:52pm
  • 2lnx+(1/2)ln(y-1)-5lnz answer
    • yadavrakesh8497
    • May 03, 2018 at 1:53pm
  • Let me know if you have any doubt
    • yadavrakesh8497
    • May 03, 2018 at 1:57pm

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