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    another ln question, just need to know if this is correct

    I have a problem in which I got x=e^-3

    f(x) = x (ln x)^3

    this would mean e^-3 ( -3)^3 giving -27/e^3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colorado View Post
    I have a problem in which I got x=e^-3
    f(x) = x (ln x)^3 this would mean e^-3 ( -3)^3 giving -27/e^3?
    \frac{-27}{e^3} is correct.
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