How do you simplify #ln 1/2#?

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Mar 12, 2017

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I found: #-ln(2)=-0.69315# when the original question stated #ln(1/2)#...!

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I would use a property of the logs where you have:
#logx-logy=log(x/y)#
To write:
#ln(1/2)=ln(1)-ln(2)=0-ln(2)=-ln(2)=-0.69315#

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Mar 24, 2016

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#0#

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Assuming you meant #ln1/2# and not #ln(1/2)#:

#ln1=0#, so

#ln1/2=0/2=0#

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