Exponentials & Logarithms


How are ln x and e^x related ?

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Harry Blanda

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They are the inverse of each other. If you draw the graphs y=lnx and y=e^x on the same set of axis then they are the reflection of each other in the line y=x, which is a property of inverses.

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