Using properties of natural logarithms simplify: f(x)=ln(x^3)-lnx

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The function f(x) = ln x^3 - ln x

Use the property of logarithm ln x^3 = 3*ln x

ln x^3 - ln x

= 3*ln x - ln x

= 2*ln x

**The function f(x) = ln x^3 - ln x = 2*ln x**

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