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To convert a natural exponential equation to logarithmic form, identify the base \(e\), the exponent, and the result. For a natural exponential equation written as \(e^x = y\), rewrite it in logarithmic form as \(\ln(y) = x\). This means that the natural logarithm of \(y\) is equal to \(x\). This conversion helps in understanding the relationship between the natural exponential function and the natural logarithm, which is the inverse function.

Algebra 2

Logarithms