This time the base is e. Make sure that you keep that same base throughout the problem.

*Use the product rule

*Use the definition of logs to simplify *1/2 is the exponent needed on e to get e^1/2

This time the base is 10. Make sure that you keep that same base throughout the problem.

*Use the definition of logs to simplify *4 is the exponent needed on 10 to get 10000

This time the base is 3. Make sure that you keep that same base throughout the problem.

*Use the product rule and the quotient rule

*Use the power rule

*Use the quotient rule

*Use the calculator to find ln 20 and ln 1.5

*Divide

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