Intermediate Algebra for College Students (7th Edition)

$\ln (x+1)=\ln x+\ln 1$ Since, $\ln m+\ln n=\ln (\dfrac{m}{n})$ Thus, $\ln (x+1)=\ln (\dfrac{x}{1})$ Let us write the correct statement such as: or, $\ln (x+1)=\ln x$ which is not true. Hence, the given statement is false.