1) ln( )=2. We know: ln( )=n ln(x) -> 2ln(x)=ln(2) --> ln(x)= . --> x= . Is that correct? Because my booklet, again, says something different 2) are generally all logarithmic rules appliable for ln?
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Originally Posted by Schdero 1) ln( )=2. We know: ln( )=n ln(x) -> 2ln(x)=ln(2) --> ln(x)= . --> x= . Is that correct? Because my booklet, again, says something different 2) are generally all logarithmic rules appliable for ln? 1. answered above. 2. yes because ln(x) is the same thing as
Yes sure, sry i meant ln(x^2)=2, not x^1/2. But thats no big change, because in my booklet the solution is +/-e and this is nonsense, isn't it?
You can't have a negative value in the natural function since the domain is (0,infinity) -e=-2.78......
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