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If ln(a)=2,ln(b)=3, and ln(c)=5, evaluate the following:a) ln(a^1/b^-3c^4)b) ln(sqrt(b^1c^-3a^4))c) ln(a^3b^-2)/ln((bc)^4)d) (ln c^-1)(ln a/b^-1)^-4


If ln(a)=2,ln(b)=3, and ln(c)=5, evaluate the following:

a) ln(a^1/b^-3c^4)

b) ln(sqrt(b^1c^-3a^4))

c) ln(a^3b^-2)/ln((bc)^4)

d) (ln c^-1)(ln a/b^-1)^-4

Step 1


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Step 2

Part (a):

It is given that ln (a) = 2; ln (b) = 3; ln (c) = 5.

Step 3

Part (b):

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