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# How do you prove that (1/2)(ln2 - ln4 + ln3) = (1/2)ln(3/2)?

In the bracket with (ln2-ln4+ln3) you can apply the following general rules of the logarithms:

1) lna+lnb=ln(a*b)

2) lna-lnb=ln(a/b)

and you should be able to get your result.

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