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## Homework Statement

Given the Equation ln(x+1)-ln(x)=0 find x (If it exists.

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

ln(x+1)-ln(x)=0

ln(x+1)=ln(x)

x+1 = x

1 = x-x

Solution does not exist. (My book "agrees" with me in the solutions.)

However, typing up the equation in my TI-84 and using the equation solver it finds a solution at around 9.785*10^98. (Which, in fact, works.)

Am I doing something wrong?