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    My calculator does not do Ln 0. Why is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Awsom Guy View Post
    My calculator does not do Ln 0. Why is that?
    \ln (0) is not defined. If we consider the inverse then it follows that you'd need a value of x such that e^x = 0 and since y=0 is an asymptote of e^x it follows that \ln(0) does not exist
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    Thanks, makes sense.
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