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Eyad

  • 2 years ago

What the difference between ln & Log theoretical ?? I just want to know ..

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  1. Davidjohn
    • 2 years ago
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    ln is \[\log_{e} \] so since mathematicians are lazy they made a whole new notation for it

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    mainly it kept showing up so instead of writing it every time they made a notation for it. e is the real culprit. Like pi it was found to be a natural number(hence natural log) that kept showing up like pi kept showing up in a circle. where e came from exactly im not sure. it has something to do with an infinite sum that became e

  3. Eyad
    • 2 years ago
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    k,Ty @Davidjohn .

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