Expanding a Log with a Radical and Division

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In this lesson, the teacher provides a step-by-step guide on how to expand a logarithm with a radical and division. The teacher uses the properties of laws to simplify the expression and shows how to rewrite a division problem as a subtraction problem. The final answer is three halfs ln of y. This lesson is useful for those who want to improve their understanding of logarithms and their properties.

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Expanding a log with a radical and division

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  • Expand ln(√( a²/ b³))