Performs a natural log, a logarithm using Euler's constant as the base number (e≈2.718281828...) instead of 10 as in log(.

ln( is the inverse of e^(.

Location Edit

  • LN

Example Edit

  • ln(4)
    • The above equation would give you an answer of approximately 1.386294361, because e^{1.386294361} \approx 4.
  • ln(e)
    • This has a result of one.

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