In this lesson, we learn two different ways to solve a natural logarithm problem. The first way is to transfer the logarithm to exponential form, while the second way is to eliminate the logarithm altogether. Our goal is to get x equals, and logarithms can provide an approximate answer, so it's best to get rid of them if possible. By raising e to the ln of e, we can eliminate the logarithm and solve the problem to find x equals e to the negative first.
Solving a natural logarithm for the given problem
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