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So I am not quite sure how to solve for x here.
1.2E-21=(.3567)(ln(x/.175))
A natural log, also known as a logarithm, is the inverse function of an exponential. It is commonly used to solve equations involving exponential growth and decay.
To solve for a natural log in an equation, you can use the properties of logarithms to simplify the equation. For instance, you can use the power rule to bring down any exponents in the equation, and then use the product or quotient rule to combine any logarithms.
Yes, most calculators have a button labeled "ln" or "log" that can be used to calculate natural logs. Just make sure that you are using the correct base for your calculation.
A natural log uses a base of e (approximately 2.718), while a common log uses a base of 10. This means that a natural log is the inverse of an exponential function with a base of e, while a common log is the inverse of an exponential function with a base of 10.
Yes, the argument of a natural log must be positive. This means that the number inside the parentheses must be greater than 0. If the argument is negative, the natural log is undefined. Additionally, the natural log of 0 is undefined.