## anonymous 4 years ago Expand ln 4x^2y Please show work if needed.:)

1. lalaly

$\ln (a \times b)= \ln (a) +\ln(b)$so $\ln(4x^2 \times y) = \ln (4x^2)+\ln(y)$and $\ln (a^b)=bln(a)$so$\ln(4x^2 \times y) = 2 \ln (4x)+\ln(y)$

2. anonymous

Thank you can you also tell me if the final answer for $\ln 12/5$ is $\ln 12-\ln 5 ?$

3. lalaly

if its $\ln(\frac{12}{5})$ then yeah you got it right:D

4. anonymous

Thank you! I like the roses (in your picture) :D

5. lalaly