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Natural logarithmic batch online calculator



APP description

Enter numbers using a comma (,) or a space or a tab or a separate line.

The logarithm with the constant e as the base is called the natural logarithm and is denoted by lnN(N>0).

It means the limit that can be achieved by continuous doubling of growth per unit of time.

The base e of the natural logarithm is given by an important limit. We define: \(lim(1+1/x)^x=e\) when x tends to infinity.

e is an infinite non-cyclical fraction whose value is approximately equal to 2.718281828..., which is a transcendental number.

Usage example

Numbers: 1,5,3,2,4

Click "Calculate" to output the result

Natural logarithm:

0

1.609438

1.098612

0.693147

1.386294

Note

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