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To convert a logarithmic equation to natural exponential form, start by recognizing the base \(e\), the logarithm, and the result. For instance, given \(\ln(y) = x\), convert it to \(y = e^x\). This transformation indicates that \(e\) raised to the power of \(x\) equals \(y\). It demonstrates how the natural logarithm \(\ln(y)\) relates to the natural exponential function \(e^x\), providing a clear connection between logarithms and exponentiation with the base \(e\).

Algebra 2

Logarithms