In this lesson, we learn how to evaluate a natural logarithm given a root. The key takeaway is that we don't have to deal with logarithms as radicals since we can transfer all radicals to powers or exponents. The properties of logarithm, such as bringing the number in front and recognizing that ln of e is always equal to one, help us evaluate this problem without using a calculator.
Evaluating a natural logarithm when given a root
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