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    Natural Log Help?

    2ln sq e

    I don't understand how to change this problem since there is a 2 before the ln. All I know is that the answer is 1. Anyone able to help me?
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    So, 2ln{\sqrt{e}}=?

    2ln{\sqrt{e}}=ln{\sqrt{e}}^2=ln e=1
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    Oh wow, I learned that a while ago, this shows how much summer has affected my brain...XO
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    Here some material for more learning, if you want...
    Natural logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Good-Luck!
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