In some cases in logarithm they write " 1 = Log e " How is this so?
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Originally Posted by Satyajith In some cases in logarithm they write " 1 = Log e " How is this so? Because the logarithm it's talking about is the natural logarithm. In other words, it's the same as $\displaystyle 1 = \log_e{e}$ or $\displaystyle 1 = \ln{e}$.
Last edited by mr fantastic; Jun 2nd 2010 at 05:22 AM.
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