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natural log question

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  1. TylerD
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    |dw:1408613055320:dw|

  2. TylerD
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    |dw:1408613166705:dw|

  3. TylerD
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    couldnt i do that?

  4. TylerD
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    of course then the answer would be e^2+1=x

  5. TylerD
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    but thats not the answer

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    |dw:1408613246292:dw|

  7. TylerD
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    i know but im wondering why i cant do that?

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    |dw:1408613297711:dw|

  9. BSwan
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    linear equation nw :P

  10. TylerD
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    oh i c what i did wrong nevermind wasnt thinking

  11. Kainui
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    \[\LARGE \frac{1}{1+1} \ne \frac{1}{1}+\frac{1}{1}\]

  12. TylerD
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    ya that

  13. BSwan
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    u cant do that since :- 2/(3-1) \(\neq\) 2/3 - 2/3

  14. BSwan
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    oh , kai did it :P

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