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Natural Logarithms

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A **natttt***Posted on 2011-05-03 12:32:53*

**logarithm**answers a simple question: How many of one number do we multiply to get another number?

A natural logarithm is when base is e (eulers number) which is approximately 2.71828.

It is how many times you need to use "e" in a multiplication, to get the desired number.

For example:

ln(7.389) = log e (7.389) ≈ 2

Because 2.718282 ≈ 7.389

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