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# Condense the logarithmic expression $2\ln\left(3x\right)$

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##  Final answer to the problem

$\ln\left(9x^2\right)$
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##  Step-by-step Solution 

How should I solve this problem?

• Choose an option
• Solve for x
• Condense the logarithm
• Expand the logarithm
• Simplify
• Find the integral
• Find the derivative
• Write as single logarithm
• Integrate by partial fractions
• Product of Binomials with Common Term
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Using the power rule of logarithms: $n\log_b(a)=\log_b(a^n)$, where $n$ equals $2$

$\ln\left(\left(3x\right)^2\right)$

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$\ln\left(\left(3x\right)^2\right)$

Learn how to solve condensing logarithms problems step by step online. Condense the logarithmic expression 2ln(3x). Using the power rule of logarithms: n\log_b(a)=\log_b(a^n), where n equals 2. The power of a product is equal to the product of it's factors raised to the same power. Calculate the power 3^2.

##  Final answer to the problem

$\ln\left(9x^2\right)$

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###  Main Topic: Condensing Logarithms

Combining or condensing logarithms consists of rewriting a mathematical expression with several logarithms into a single logarithm, by applying the properties of logarithms.