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Evaluating logarithms with the natural base \( e \) involves finding the exponent that \( e \) must be raised to equal a given number. The natural logarithm, denoted as \( \ln x \), is the inverse of the exponential function \( e^x \). This means \( \ln(e^x) = x \) and \( e^{\ln x} = x \). For example, \( \ln(e^3) = 3 \) because \( e \) raised to the power of \( 3 \) equals \( e^3 \). Use this worksheet to enhance your understanding on logarithms.

Algebra 2

Logarithms