#26 03.03 Properties of Logarithms

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May 14th, 2015

We know that the cube root of t can be written as t^(1/3). 

Now we have ln(cube root(t)) = ln(t^(1/3)).

Now we can move the power down in front of the expression: (1/3) * ln(t).

This is answer since it is a constant multiple of logarithms.

Hope this helps!

May 14th, 2015

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