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    log question

    hello can someone show me how i would evaluate lne^3
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    Remember that ln is the opposite of e. So \ln e^a = a
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigma1 View Post
    hello can someone show me how i would evaluate lne^3
    Using a simple log rule, its 3 \ln (e) and you ought to be able to simplify from here.
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    Remember that ln(e) = 1
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