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I read on a previous post that to calculate the exponential of a large negative number I use the formula:

e^{-r}=10^{(-rloge)}

This is just a quick question but it it meant to be a log 10 or natural log and also is it meant to be loge^{0}or loge^{1}

Thanks in advance

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# Exponential of a large negative number

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