# Natural Logs

• November 30th 2009, 11:23 AM
jimmychoo
Natural Logs
Can someone tell me to get e to the other side of the equation you multiply it by ln, as well as the other side. What happens to '-mt' in this instance?

((Ti-T0)/(T1-T0))=e^-mt

• November 30th 2009, 11:31 AM
Jameson
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Originally Posted by jimmychoo
Can someone tell me to get e to the other side of the equation you multiply it by ln, as well as the other side. What happens to '-mt' in this instance?

((Ti-T0)/(T1-T0))=e^-mt

$\ln(e^{-mt})=(-mt)\ln(e)=(-mt)(1)=-mt$