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solve

ln(x+2)-ln(x+1)=1

2. Relevant equations

log laws

3. The attempt at a solution

hi there, well i tried to solve it but got stuck pretty much at the start

=> ln(x+2)/ln(x+1)=1

=>ln(x+2)/ln(x+1)= e^1

multiply out brackets and rearrange them?

is this what i should do next

OH wait does it become =>(x+2)/(x+1)=e , as ln disappears due to relation of y=lnx : x=e^y?

Thanks in Advance.

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