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# How is e^(lnx)=x watch

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2. The natural logarithm is the inverse of the exponential function, (or vice versa) and you know that .
3. (Original post by BULL14)
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ln(x) is a function defined as e^ln(x) = x

ln(x) is equivalent to log (base e) (x)

Think of y = ln(x) as 'e to the power of y makes x'

_gcx has a nice explanation above
4. (Original post by BULL14)
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