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lawn?

Nah... doesn't work. I pronounce it as ELL ENN.

"Natural log" or "LN". I hate it when people say "lunn". It's usually non-mathematicians, where they havent' a clue what it is, what it means, but just to use it (for example in Chemistry. Man my chemistry class was full of annoying people.)

I suppose we do it with cos, tan, log, etc but I still don't see why people have to call it lunn, there's no vowels in it for a start! You wouldn't say "I'm going to send you a pumm" (PM) would you ?

I suppose we do it with cos, tan, log, etc but I still don't see why people have to call it lunn, there's no vowels in it for a start! You wouldn't say "I'm going to send you a pumm" (PM) would you ?

Transatlanticdrawl_

"Natural log" or "LN". I hate it when people say "lunn". It's usually non-mathematicians, where they havent' a clue what it is, what it means, but just to use it (for example in Chemistry. Man my chemistry class was full of annoying people.)

I suppose we do it with cos, tan, log, etc but I still don't see why people have to call it lunn, there's no vowels in it for a start! You wouldn't say "I'm going to send you a pumm" (PM) would you ?

I suppose we do it with cos, tan, log, etc but I still don't see why people have to call it lunn, there's no vowels in it for a start! You wouldn't say "I'm going to send you a pumm" (PM) would you ?

YESS, THANK YOU. Gawd, so annoying - even my MATHS TEACHER says "lunn"... I'm like, wtf?

>_>;

eel en!

My maths teacher always used to make fun of people who didn't pronounce it "log" - that's what it is, after all.

"Log", when reading aloud, but "lun" in my head.

Log. LOG. LOOOOOG!!!!!

Jake22

I once had an analysis lecturer who threatened to hit anyone who wrote 'ln' for the natural log.

Log.

ln in text, log in speaking.

ln in text, log in speaking.

I always say "Linn"

Jake22

I once had an analysis lecturer who threatened to hit anyone who wrote 'ln' for the natural log.

Damn right too. I'm a "log" man myself.

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