Ln((e^x)+1) = ln(e^x) + 1

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Hi,

I have a problem solving equations involving for example: ln((e^x)+1) = ln(e^x) + 1
How do I simplify this expression, or any expression involving ln(x + a)
 

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statdad
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If you rewrite the first equation as

[tex]
\ln{(e^x+1)} - \ln{e^x} = 1
[/tex]

you can use properties of logarithms to simplify the left side. Once that's done you should be able to proceed.
 
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Thanks, it helped!
 

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