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once i get ln on both sides, I'm then supposed to differentiate both sides...but I won't be able to properly differentiate if ln is not applied.
Does ln get applied to the 976, (-1) and 176t? How?
To distribute ln into the right side of an equation, you can use the properties of logarithms. The property states that ln(ab) = ln(a) + ln(b). This means that you can distribute ln into the right side by breaking down the expression into smaller parts and applying the property.
Yes, you can distribute ln into both sides of an equation. This is because the property of logarithms mentioned above applies to both sides of an equation, as long as the operations on each side are the same.
Distributing ln into the right side of an equation can change the equation by simplifying it. This is because ln is a logarithmic function that can help simplify exponential expressions. By distributing ln, you can break down the expression into smaller parts that are easier to work with.
Yes, there are some restrictions when distributing ln into an equation. One restriction is that the expression inside the ln function must be positive. This is because ln is only defined for positive values. Additionally, you cannot distribute ln into an expression with a sum or difference inside the ln function.
Yes, you can use other logarithmic functions besides ln to distribute into an equation. Some common logarithmic functions include log (base 10), log (base 2), and log (base e). These functions have their own properties that can be used to distribute them into an equation.