Hello! I was wondering if they're any identities between exponential and logarithmic functions? Maybe identities isn't the right word, but what I'm talking about is something like euler's formula. Other than than [tex]{e^x}[/tex] and [tex]{ln(x)}[/tex] are inverses, if that counts.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any help is very much appreciative!

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# Identities between exponential and logarithmic functions?

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