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    Help with Natural Logs

    ln (ln e^e)

    I don't remember how to change it, and all I know is that the answer is 1. If anyone can help, it will be very useful. :3
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    \ln (\ln e^e)

    =\ln (e\ln e)

    =\ln (e\times 1)

    =\ln (e)

     =1
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    ln (ln e^e)=?

    First the inside expression: (ln e^e)=elne=e\cdot 1=e

    Now, ln(ln e^e)=ln e=1
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