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10-185.

Consider that ln(2) ≈ 0.69315 and ln(3) ≈ 1.0986. Homework Help ✎

Why is ln(2) < 1 and ln(3) > 1? For what value of

*x*does ln(*x*) = 1?Use the properties of logarithms to write each value below as an expression involving ln(2) and/or ln (3). Then use the given values for ln(2) and ln(3) to evaluate each of the expressions without a calculator.

*i*.ln(6)

*ii*.ln(12)

*iii*.ln(16)

*iv*.ln

ln6 = ln(2 · 3)

ln6 = ln2 + ln3

ln6 = (0.69315) + (1.0986)

ln6 = 1.79175

See part (a).

See part (a).