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Ron Larson
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# Logarithmic and Exponential Forms of Equations In Exercises 1–8, write the logarithmic equation as an exponential equation, or vice versa. e 2 =   7.3891.   .   .

To determine

To calculate: The logarithmic equation of the exponential equation ‘ e2=7.3891... ’.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided exponential equation is ‘ e2=7.3891... ’.

Formula used:

The inverse property of logarithms for the expression lnex is lnex=x.

Calculation:

Consider the equation, e2=7.3891...

Take natural logarithm both sides as,

ln(e2)=ln(7

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